A couple good things to report:
She Gets Naked in the End will be read at SF Playhouse on March 6!
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Examine the image they made…
The quotation marks are wonky, but I struggled to figure out those anyway… How many commas does the long version of the title have? God, I don’t know. If you’re just doing one title or the other, it’s easy.
Or, “the one with the dogs”
I don’t know.
If you’re in the area, come on out. I’ll be there. I may be teaching a workshop in Houston, too.
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Rumor has it that my friends at Acme Theatre will be producing The Jungle Book this spring. I say “rumor” because it’s not on the website as we’re finalizing the legal deets.
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I’m almost finished with the performance draft of my play for junior high students. It’s a swashbuckling melodrama comedy that combines elements stolen from Moby Dick, Treasure Island, The Goonies, Pirates of the Caribbean, and The Tempest. I still haven’t found a friggin title that doesn’t make me want to throw things, so right now it’s The Untitled Pirate Play.
This will be my tenth full-length play I’ve written since I graduated from UT less than three years ago.
You can tell I’ve been focused on writing it because I’ve achieved a high score on the Chrome dinosaur game that I play when I’m stuck…