Mental note: reconsider printing business cards that read: "plays for any occasion."
Despite that, good things are on the horizon. Edinburgh (still looking for money, kids, give if you can), The Hamptons performance (not sure what to call this yet), and just added, a piece of mine that I wrote in 2007 that has never been performed or read or anything will premiere at the Midtown International Theatre Festival. The insanely trivial may recall that in 2005 END CALIGULA premiered there, under the direction of my long lost friends Unartistically Frustrated (well, not all of them anyway).
The new piece is entitled STAGED READING. It is not a staged reading, it only pretends to be, honestly.
I'm also searching for residencies, so if you hear of any opportunities, or want me to hang out at your University for a bit, then give me a buzz. I'm also considering doing workshops if a residency is not an option, which is good for those who don't think they could put up with me past a week or two.
Since I also have all this time on my hands, I'm revisiting older pieces to see how ASDS has changed my perspective. Pieces that have never seen the light of day as well as those who were performed in years past. Not all of them need a refurbishing, of course. I'm content with leaving CHARLESTON'S FINGER, DON'T TALK TO THE ANTHROPOLOGIST, and BOISE, IDAHO alone, but again, 150 plays to t