Echoes is now streaming!

Echoes, my new audio play commissioned and produced by the Huntington Theatre Company is now available for streaming. It's just a short thing--6 minutes or so--and is set in the near future at the Old State House. It fits a lot in a small…


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Three new (virtual events) coming soon! (and a new book)

I hope you're all staying safe and healthy during these difficult times. The world continues to be a challenging and uncertain place, in ways that seem to shift from week to week.  I do have a little good news to share about upcoming events that…


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COVID-19 cancellations and shifts

We're in the thick of it right now here in Massachusetts, with a fairly steady stream of new COVID-19 cases and deaths. Like in the rest of country, people are hunkered down and practicing social distancing, as they should. When it became clear that…


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Cato & Dolly on PBS

Last summer, we had the good fortune of having the folks from The Future of America's Past a new PBS show, come film parts of Cato & Dolly at the Old State House and interview me about the project. The results show up in one of the newest…


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Two new audio plays now available

Within the past month or so, two of my ten-minute comedies for the stage have been released as audio plays and both are a heckuva lot of fun. Be sure to check out:  Wayback Radio Theater’s version of Beatrix Potter Must Die! as well as The…


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The America Plays are now open!

Amanda Collins and Robert Najarian in Consecration. Photo by Corinne EliconeThe America Plays at Mount Auburn Cemetery are now up and running. We had a great opening day on Thursday, and now we’re just hoping…


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Cato & Dolly is now open at the Old State House

Stephen Sampson and Marge Dunn in Cato & Dolly My one-act play, Cato & Dolly, re-opened at the Old State House museum in Boston this past Monday.  This 25-minute one-act is part of an exhibit that explore unheard voices in American History,…


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Interview on Boston Podcast Players now available

Boston-based playwright Greg Lam runs a great podcast, called the Boston Podcast Players that features interviews with New England playwrights, and also excerpts from some of their plays. Past interviews have included folks like John Minigan and…


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From the reading of Cerulean Blue in September at Mount Auburn Cemetery

Tickets are available for the Mount Auburn Nature Plays

My biggest project of the year is a collection of ten site-specific one-act plays that will be staged at Mount Auburn Cemetery, as part of my residency at the cemetery. My company, Plays in Place, will mount the shows in various spots around the…


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Drift reading in NYC on Friday Feb 22

Just in case you happen to be in New York on Friday, I hope you'll come check out a reading of my play, Drift, at the Drama League. (It's free!)   Please join The Royal Pain Shakespeare Co. for a reading of Patrick Gabridge's moving new play,…


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