IT’S REAL TO ME
A doctor devises a way to transplant memories from one person to another. It’s a form of therapy, a way to give one person’s surplus happy memories to those who have suffer from depression or some traumatic incident. But when one woman gets a memory transplant to overcome her depression, something goes wrong. She wakes up with a memory of killing someone. It’s a repressed memory that the donor had given away. A dark, serious piece. Cast: Nine: Four female, one male, four non-gender. With option of adding a tenth, non-gender, character with two lines. Running time: 30 minutes.
My 10-minute play THE SANDSTORM was produced May 12, 2017 at Rockwall Heath High School in Heath, Texas.
A dark vision from the last days of Mars. A local official in charge of building canals instead diverts some of the money to build an underground library to store his civilization’s artifacts because he knows Mars is doomed. Cast: Two non-gender.
* Produced by Otherworld Theatre, Chicago, Illinois, July 2015.
* Produced by Rockwall Heath High School, Heath, Texas, May 2017.
I had three pieces in the 2017 edition of the Gone In 60 Seconds Festival of one-minute plays in Leeds, Great Britain on May 13. Here are photos.
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Here are some awesome productions from “Curiosity Killed The Cat,” which was produced May 5-6 by Red River Revue in Clarksville, Texas. Photos by Robyn Hutchinson Blount. The full gallery is here.
Here’s the promotional video for my one-act “Curiosity Killed The Cat,” produced May 5-6, 2017 in Clarksville, Texas by Red River Revue. Video shot by Juan Espinoso.
Here are some awesome promos — and a cast photo — from my show CURIOSITY KILLED THE CAT, which was produced May 5-6 in Clarksville, Texas.
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