Both/And project

Both/And and Quantum Physics on PRI

My quantum physics play, Both/And, has closed its run at the MIT Museum (though I harbor hopes it might be back someday.  But even if you missed the show, you can get the gist of it and the experiment by listening to this really fun radio story by…


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Santa Doesn't Live Here Anymore - one act

Santa to play in Lexington, KY

Santa Doesn't Live Here Anymore continues to hit the stages around the world. This time it will be produced by the Studio Players in Lexington, Kentucky, from August 10-14, as part of their annual ten-minute play festival.  If you're in the area, I…


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Blood on the Snow

Blood on the Snow mostly sold out (but you still might get tickets)

Matt Ryan as John Hancock, and Craig Ciampa as Samuel Adams. Photo by Justin Saglio Blood on the Snow has now finished the first 8 weeks of its 12-week run at the Old State House in Boston. The response from audiences and critics has continued to be…


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Video about the Cosmic Bell Experiment (and Both/And)

There are just four performances left of Both/And, the play about quantum entanglement that I was commissioned to write by the Central Square Theater and the MIT Museum.  August 5 and 6 at 1:30pm and 3pm. It was a particularly challenging play to…


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SantaKorea - Doesn't Live Here Anymore

Catching Up: Santa in Seoul (back in December)

I'm still catching up on some past productions. In this case, one the actors from last August's AND Theatre Festival contacted me about doing a reading of Santa Doesn't Live Here Anymore in a coffee shop at Christmastime in Seoul.  Gwangho Kim is a…


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Trecherous Beauty

Catching Up: Treacherous Beauty at NEHGS

Robert P. Murphy, Alexander Platt, Ida Esmaeili, Barlow Adamson, and me We're on the verge of July, but I haven't had a chance to post photos and news from events that happened in May. I'm going to try to catch up a little bit. On May 25th, the New…


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Drift set rendering

Seven Devils: design meeting and set drawings

One of the great parts of the Seven Devils script development process is the design meeting. I got to spend part of an afternoon meeting with design fellow Sabrina Reed, my director Christy Montour-Larson, dramaturg Gay Smith, and Seven Devils…


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Table work on Drift

I’m back from Seven Devils. (Wow!)

I'm finally getting a chance to catch my breath a little, after an extremely busy start to the year. It was all capped off with a 17-day stay at the Seven Devils Playwrights Conference in McCall, Idaho, where I workshopped my play, Drift.  I'd had…


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New Play Alliance Anthology

A very busy month: events and productions of my work in May

May is a super busy month for my work.  Here are the events and shows happening around the country. I hope you can check some of them out.  (Please e-mail me if you do, or if you see me, come say Hello.) Stop Rain, a short play, was produced at…


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New Play Alliance Anthology

New England New Play Anthology is now published!

After a very long time, and a lot of work and support, all across the Boston and New England theater community, StageSource and the New Play Alliance have finally published the New England New Play Anthology! I'm so proud to share these fabulous…


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