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Blank Conversations Theatre Company in Las Cruces, New Mexico produced my one-act THE ONE-WORD CHRISTMAS CAROL as a one-man show.
The Belfast Maskers in Belfast, Maine have produced my one-act LET THERE BE LIGHTS! as a virtual production. To adhere to virus regulations, they filmed it using two actual familes. Here it is!
PopUp Productions in Louisiana produced my Christmas one-act virtually in December 2020. Here are some screenshots.
Unity of Marin, a church in Marin County, California near San Francisco, produced my short play THIS IS ANGEL O’LORD reporting, as a radio drama as part of the church’s annual holiday show on Dec. 19, 2020.
Here are some photos from the dress rehearsal for SHAKESPEARE’S LOST CHRISTMAS PLAY at Eskdale High School in Millard County, Utah. First, the back story: Director Lois Faber had produced two scripts of mine a few years ago. In September, she contacted me out of the blue to say she was looking for a Christmas play for her class to perform. She’d come up short. It need to fit a specific number of students, with a specific gender mix, a specific length, and needed to be performed socially distanced. Oh, and it would be nice if it would address the pandemic. So I wrote a script to fit those specifications — except I changed the setting from the COVID-19 pandemic to the plague in Shakespeare’s day.
More wonderful photos below:
Take Two Theatre in Timmons, Ontario held a reading of my one-act THE CHRISTMAS SPIDERS on Dec. 5, 2020:
- Jan. 3: THE ONE-WORD CHRISTMAS CAROL (one-act), Blank Conversations Theatre Company, Las Cruces, New Mexico.
- Jan. 21-24: THE WEIRD SISTERS GO ROGUE (one-act), LAB Theatre Project, Tampa, Florida.
- Feb. 20: DEWEY DEFEATS TRUMAN (one-act), Zoom production by Milford Arts Council, Milford, Connecticut.
- March TBA: MISS MITCHELL’S COMET (full-length), Powerstories Theatre, Tampa, Florida
Attic Productions of Fincastle, Virginia has produced my one-act THE ONE-WORD CHRISTMAS CAROL as a video productions. If you like this, Attic asks that you make a donation through their website. Directed by Sally Miller. I have several scripts in this format — where each line is a single word.
THE ONE-WORD CHRISTMAS CAROL
The traditional Christmas Carol story, more or less, told with each actor speaking a line of just a single word. Cast: Can be done with as few as six, or expanded larger, if you desire.
The Tennessee-based Audio Amphitheater has produced my one-act play AUNT MILLIE’S CAT as a podcast. It’s on both Apple and Spotify. Here it is on Spotify. Produced and directed by Bret Carson, starring Jenna Foster as Angie and Jose Garcia as the cat.