Journal: 8/7

While I’ve been way behind in posting regularly here, thankfully that’s been because I’ve been blissfully productive and simply running out of time every day. But, to at least attempt a quick update:

  • Denny and Lila will be a part of The Lark’s Playwrights Week! I was last in Playwrights Week with Good Hope in 2005, and am thrilled and honored to return. Back then, I had a great and productive time, but didn’t quite realize what a huge honor it was; this time, I know, and I’m walking in with a heart full of gratitude.
  • Jane the Plain was a Winner of the Full Length Play Category for The Chameleon Theatre Circle’s 13th Annual New Play Festival. This is a very new play for me, so I’m particularly thrilled by this good news.
  • I’ve added the play sample, character breakdown and synopsis to the page for The Fields of Blue and Glow. I hope do the same within the next two weeks for Tidal Devices and Encryption.
  • I’m halfway through a pilot for a sci-fi TV series! More on that anon.
  • While my writing focus the past two weeks has been primarily on the two sci-fi pilots I’m writing, I did begin an exciting new existential murder mystery play, and have begun plotting a play inspired by Cien años de soledad.

As per my previous post, I’ve also been engaging in political online activism on a daily basis, averaging three acts a day, but time is a-flying so I’ll update that side of things hopefully in a later post.

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3 Comments »

  1. Hello, August! My name is Kacie and I have been given the part of Lexi in ”Jane the Plain” for Chameleon Theatre’s New Play Festival. I have worked with Chameleon for a few years now and I can say that your play will be in wonderful hands! I am very much in love with the style and feel very fortunate to get to work on it. New work always excites me and I hope to do you proud!

    Thank you so much for sharing your work with us!

  2. Thanks, John, I really appreciate it! And Kacie, I can’t wait to hear how it goes. Thank you so much for bringing Lexi to life, and let me know if you have any questions about the part or play.

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