I had a great experience writing this commission, and the resulting play, Sanctuary at the Oak Grove, is my favorite play of mine in years (here’s a monologue from the play). In light of the momentous occasion of its completion (there’s still a little work to be done, but it’s all there), I decided to […]Read More Roman Holiday w Stuart Bousel
The Playwriting Collective was formed to present work specifically from artists who come from the lower economic classes. Part of their mission mentions that much of the work in the contemporary theater is made by people from the middle and upper classes, while poor artists are left out in the cold. Has this long been […]Read More The Playwriting Collective and Joshua Young’s Who Mourns for Bob the Goon?
Maybe you’ve been wondering: what can I do to support my favorite little indie one-woman blogging show in the coming year? If so, I have a great idea for you! You can come to my show, and even better than just planning to do it, you can buy tickets. I really want you to see […]Read More What a great idea!
When you write a play, you can’t check out. You have to go into the room and make it be what you want.Read More On the importance of being in the room.
Over the weekend I checked out a program of political plays, including one of my own.Read More A Communicable Itch- PolitiKOS at The Kraine
Why I still don’t want to be a woman writer When I scanned the bookshelves of the little bookstore on South Street I was looking for authors and books I could relate to. People recommended to me Sylvia Plath, Anne Sexton, Virginia Woolf, and other tortured souls who may or may not have walked into […]Read More Why I still don’t want to be a woman writer
This is a speech from my new play hippopotamus. In hippopotamus four moms all have kids in the same pre-K. Their attempts to navigate a motherhood/work balance are complicated by being the stay-at-home mom in a two mom family, being married to the object of an adolescent passion, becoming a newly single mom in a […]Read More Cameron