Tag: Bunker Cycle
EVERYBODY’S DEAD: A COMEDY Streams With Mildred’s Umbrella Through June 3
I’m delighted to share that my play EVERYBODY’S DEAD: A COMEDY is the first of 3 plays to be presented as part of Mildred’s Umbrella’s fourth annual Femfest Houston! It is a semi-staged digital reading, directed by Dana Bowman and starring Courtney Lomelo, Rhett Martinez, and Jasmine Thomas, with video editing by Catherine Denniston.
I’m beyond delighted with this script and this team, and hope you will sign up for your free (donations appreciated) tickets and support this wonderful woman-run theatre company!
Tickets are simple to sign up for and get you a link to stream the play any time between now and June 3, when it will close.
TOMORROW GAME Available to Stream Thursday!
In just two days the digital reading of my play TOMORROW GAME will become available to stream! If you haven’t gotten your tickets yet, it’s not too late! They’re free and available here.
The video will drop at Noon EST on Thursday, January 28 and will be available to watch on-demand for 4 days. There will also be a live panel discussion of the play at 8:00 PM on Thursday!
City Theatre’s In Their Own Voices
Very happy to be included in this year’s digital version of In Their Own Voices, an event at Pittsburgh’s City Theatre where they showcase local talent by having playwrights read an excerpt from their own plays!
Here is me reading a bit of Act I of my play EVERYBODY’S DEAD: A COMEDY, with an introduction by Pittsburgh’s Co-Dramatists Guild Rep Mora Harris. EVERYBODY’S DEAD is part of the Bunker Cycle!
PTC Playlab at Actors Theatre of Louisville
Had the most glorious and productive weekend in Louisville workshopping my play EVERYBODY’S DEAD: A COMEDY at Actors Theatre. Directed by the brilliant Nora Gair, with dramaturgy & curation/casting by the divine Joshua Brown, I learned a ton about the play, added several scenes, and can’t wait for my next opportunity to share it!
Performers Gabriela Llarena, Germainne Lebron, and Kat Pena were delightful to work with and embodied the characters super quickly.
Survival Class Immersive Research
This summer I received a grant from the Frank Ratchye Studio for Creative Inquiry and a Carnegie Mellon Graduate Small project Help (GuSH) Research Grant to support my travel to eastern PA to take two wilderness survival courses at Coalcracker Bushcraft! These classes were immersive research for my Bunker Cycle, a series of full-length plays about American Survivalism and doomsday preppers.
Classes included learning how to start fire numerous ways, building shelter, procuring clean water, navigation, and food deprivation! It was hard but really fun and I learned a ton about life in the woods and survival as a mentality, which I’m working into a new Bunker play, READY FOR ANYTHING.