(pictured: Don Carter and Dan Domingues)

Big thanks to everyone who came out to celebrate the start of Brooklyn Generator Season Five by supporting my brand new play written in less-than-30-days, STUNNING DISPLAYS OF PROWESS. The actors were perfection and Robert Ross Parker is a directing whiz!  

We hope you'll join us for The Brooklyn Generator's next play coming to Jimmy's No. 43 on Sunday, February 26th at 4:30pm, Eric John Meyer's brand new play, GASOLINE LOGIC.

I received some great news at the start of the year, that my play THE NET WILL APPEAR (formerly titled A Mind Out of the Gutter) will have its World Premiere at Miles Square Theatre in October 2017. Miles Square is a wonderful company in Hoboken, NJ, a mere 15 minutes from Manhattan. They have a gorgeous new theater complex and the staff and artistic team there is wonderful. More news to come as we solidify dates and casting! 

Couldn't be happier to announce that I am a new official member of The CollectiveIt's been a joy these past three years participating in their annual C:10 short play festivals, seeing my plays published in their anthologies and workshopping material in their Collective Monday evenings. They are such a talented, driven group and I am excited to see what we can create together moving forward! 

(pictured: Bill Wolski and Don Schlossman in THICK GNAT HANDS

Thank you to the wonderful people of Little Fish Theatre in San Pedro, California for including my play THICK GNAT HANDS in their Pick of the Vine Festival last month. The piece was directed by Elissa Anne Polansky and featured Bill Wolski and Don Schlossman. I hear it was a great show. My first on the west coast! 

The wonderful folks at Writers Theatre of NJ have invited me to speak on a panel with them tomorrow. The workshop is FREE and focuses on advising young theater artists how to make a living doing what they love. Check out all the details here.

From now on, I will always be including a recommendation for a show/artist that I love. This month's shout out is for Dutch Kills' latest and greatest. Dutch Kills is near and dear to my heart. I performed in Eric John Meyer's play The Sister with them and they took me and my family to Scotland this past summer for an amazing month at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. Now, they are at it again presenting TWO plays as part of an Ars Nova "Fling": Jean Ann Douglass' THE PROVIDENCE OF NEIGHBORING BODIES and Ben Beckley's LATTER DAYS, both directed by Jess Chayes, stage managed by Allison Raynes and produced by the brilliant and generous Alley Scott. I hope you'll check them out. They run until March 11th. All pertinent info can be found here.    


As always, I'll leave you with some new audiobook releases. This dangerous, steamy trio of books was a ton of fun! Click on the pick if you'd like to be led to audio samples.


Love and Thanks!

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