Archive for category Productions
Here’s a photo of the staged reading of my one-act THE RING at Geneva Theatre Guild in Geneva, New York in April 2019. That same script is also having a staged reading in Louisiana in both April and May.
Sixty years after a close call in a state championship girls basketball game, the star of the losing team still can’t reconcile herself to losing — so she breaks into the home of the star player on the winning team, hoping to steal her championship ring. A poignant story about regrets and sportsmanship. Cast: Two senior females.
* Produced by Haylofters, Burlington, Wisconsin, May 2014; took second place in audience vote at one-act festival.
* Staged reading by Readers Repertory Theatre at San Pedro, Los Angeles, February 2015.
* Staged reading by Geneva Theatre Guild, Geneva, New York, April 26-28, 2019.
* Staged reading by The Itinerant Theatre, Lake Charles, Louisiana, April 27-28, May 3-4, May 24-26, 2019.
This month (May 2019), my ten-minute play CHEF PIERRE DOES NOT DO SIMPLE is being produced in Kaiserslautern, Germany by KMC Onstage Studio Shows (which is affiliated with the U.S. Army; I believe this is at an Army base there).
This makes the 13th country in which my work has been produced.
The full list, in alphabetical order:
1. Australia (including one full-length script)
5. Great Britain
8. New Zealand
9. The Philippines
11. South Africa
12. South Korea
13. The United States (including seven full-length scripts)
Paris Junior College in Paris, Texas is producing my short one-act VERONICA’S DOLLS, along with five other scripts of mine (!). VERONICA’S DOLLS involves some dolls coming to life to rescue their now-teenage owner, who has overdosed in a suicide attempt. One of the dolls uses the girl’s cellphone to call 911. If you’re using humans to play dolls, then you need a phone scaled accordingly. And director Lisa Martin has created one!
My one-act THE RING will have a staged reading April 26-28, 2019 at the Geneva Theatre Guild in Geneva, New York. Here’s the poster. Top billing!
My one-act CURIOSITY KILLED THE CAT is being produced in May at Xenia Academy in Summit, Ohio, a suburb of Cincinnati. Here’s the poster.
It’s been one year since THIS ROSE HAS THORNS played in Melbourne, Australia to sold-out crowds and I finally have a video of the production by BustCo — the Burwood Student Theatre Company at Deakin University. Here ’tis!
More on THIS ROSE HAS THORNS: Read the rest of this entry »
My short one-act VERONICA’S DOLLS was performed as a staged reading on March 10 in New York at the Dramatist’s Guild Theatre as part of a festival of short plays about mental health that was produced by Piccione Arts. The event got a nice review in Five-Star Arts Journal.
Here’s what it said about VERONICA’S DOLLS:
“Veronica’s Dolls” A teenagers dolls come to life in a desperate effort to save her life after she attempts suicide. Starring, LOUISE HELLER, EMMA ROMEO, NICK CAPRIOTTI, GEMIA FOO, TRAVIS MARTIN. “Veronica’s Dolls” was most innovative and creative what with its conveyance of human feelings vis-a-vis inanimate objects. This piece happily was reminiscent of the popular Twilight Zone episode: “Five Characters in Search of an Exit”. EMMA ROMEO gave a nice characterization while NICK CAPRIOTTI was well in command of his lines and performance.