Monthly Archives: June 2008

I saw a great play the other day…

My friend, and director of Umbrella, Padraic Lillis, just recently directed a one-act called Sweet Storm for LAByrinth Theater Company. It was a sweet story (and how often do you get to see that?) of a young couple who just got married, he’s a preacher and she is the love of his life who suffers […]

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Website update

Hey…a quick one… My website has been updated!Deepti, my lovely wife, has redesigned the site and it looks great.Take a look. And I promise, I’ll write here more often.

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An Addendum: Who are we writing for?

Who are we, as playwrights, writing for? Ideally, ourselves and an audience. But, I think in reality: the intern. The intern who has the task of first reading the plays, grading them, making notes, and then they are passed up and depending on those grades perhaps read by someone in authority. I know this to […]

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Submissions.

If it’s one thing I hate about being a playwright (and a writer in general) is submissions. It’s the least exciting part of this business and it’s the one where I have the least amount of control. Did I mention it’s my least favorite part? It’s true. Personally, I hate writing the letter: Dear So […]

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