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Radcliffe Creek School in Chestertown, Maryland produced nine of my short plays in May — two ten-minute scripts and seven that run about five minutes. Of note: One of those 10-minute plays is “A Vampire Soap Opera,” which I wrote in 2010 as part of the annual 24-hour play festival Overnight Sensations in Roanoke, Virginia produced by Hollins University and Mill Mountain Theatre. I’ve participated in maybe a half dozen of those festivals; each time I try to write a script that I think will have a life beyond that particular festival. This, though, is the first time I’ve actually had one of those scripts go on to a second life.
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Peeskill High School in Peeskill, New York produced my 10-minute play SOMETIMES ELEPHANTS DIE STANDING UP on June 4, 2018. Terry Sandler shares these photos.
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I had three pieces in the 2017 edition of the Gone in 60 Seconds Festival of one-minute plays in Leeds, Great Britain: TWO SQUIRRELS ON A POWERLINE, NOBODY EVER ASKS ME and THE SCIENCE FAIR PROJECT.
Here, at last, is the video from that show.
You can find photos from my three pieces here.
My name is on a show poster in the UK! I have three scripts in this year’s edition of the Gone in 60 Seconds festival of one-minute plays — two in the UK edition on May 31 and one in the New York version June 7-9. Here’s the poster for the UK show in Leeds. My shows there are MERMING and THREE POSSUMS AT A BAR. The US festival will include PICKING UP STARS.
My one-act CURIOSITY KILLED THE CAT will be produced May 28 by RuBarb School of Performing Arts in Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan. Here’s the poster.
Louis Antonelli shares these photos from the recent production of my one-act THE MONKEY AT THE WEDDING by Red River Revue in Clarksville, Texas in early May.
More photos here.
This script was previously produced at a high school in Massachusetts in 2015 where it won four awards.
THE MONKEY AT THE WEDDING
A wedding goes afoul when the ringbearer — a monkey — swallows the ring. Chaos, and comedy, ensues. Features a motorcycle gang, and someone in a monkey suit. Cast: 12 or 13 — 5 male, 5 or 6 female, 2 non-gender. Running time: 30 minutes
Finally got around to downloading photos from my OTHER camera that I took to Australia to see the premiere of my play THIS ROSE HAS THORNS.
Lots more backstage photos here.
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