Monthly Archives: May 2008

New news…A reading…

Hello everyone… This year seems to be rolling a head in a very productive way. On Saturday, May 31st, a short play of mine, Some Mixed Signals, will be read along with other one acts as a part of the Manhattan Theatre Source’s new Writers Forum, of which I am a member. The reading is […]

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Troubling Plays…

So. In my last blog I mentioned something about plays that give me trouble. I want to talk about that for a second. Or two. Or three. Now this is all about the FIRST draft of a play, I’ll talk about drafting another day. Sometimes a play comes out onto the page pretty well formed, […]

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Where DID Dar and Matey come from?

There’s a lot of Dar and Matey fans out there. I know, because I’m one of them. Where did The Lunar Adventures of Dar and Matey, Estuary Pirates, Episode Two: Danger in 1/6th Gravity come from? And ultimately, where DO my plays come from? Generally, I start with an image or a hook that gets […]

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Dar and Matey on STAGE!

So, I went to a run through last night of my short comedy The Lunar Adventures of Dar and Matey, Estuary Pirates Episode Two: Danger in 1/6 Gravity. It was awesome. The play itself is a silly adventure romp about two pirates who have been transported to the Moon and in order to get back […]

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