Monthly Archives: October, 2019

What’s Going On?

Hi everyone.  We had a great summer.  My play, The Ten Minute Play (with a Nice Picture of Jimmy Carter), played to great response at the Drama Workshop in Cheviot, Ohio (my hometown, or close to it in Cincinnati) in June.  I also directed a play, Lessons by Teri Foltz, that was well-received.  I wrote at length about these two plays in an earlier blog post.

Since then, I’ve been busy.  I’ve written another play, The Sequel to Citizen Kane.  The play is about an agent and a director who think they have the sequel rights to the greatest film ever made.  It’s a comedy one-act.

I should have some news soon about a production of another play of mine coming up in November.  I can’t reveal anything yet, but, New York State, lookout.

I can say that my play, Lily Blossoms, or Modern Subdivision Zoning in the Present Day, will have a staged reading on Tuesday, January 14, 2020, at the  Aronoff Center’s Fifth Third Theater, in Downtown Cincinnati.  Also on the bill is The Ghost Girl by Ariel Rodgers.  I’ll have more info on this as we get closer to show date.

Early fall is the time when playwrights submit to every playwriting festival, calls for submissions and any opportunity to get the work out there.  That in and of itself is a full-time job, especially for playwrights that don’t have an agent (most of us, I think).  But, it’s a necessity, so you do it.  Thankfully, we do support each other with our writing communities on social media, so that helps.

If you’re a new visitor to my page, thank you for checking it out.  Let me know if you need anything.  Sign up for alerts.  I think it’s going to be a busy season.

Greg

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