Monday, November 5, 2007

Best Ten Minute Plays, 2008


Good news. Smith & Kraus has made an offer to publish "A Funeral Home in Brooklyn" in the Best Ten Minute Plays, 2 Actors, 2008, out this winter. This will mark the second time I've had something published that was premiered by Blue Coyote (first was "Leaving Tangier" in 2004, the Sam French one-act series.) Above - Bob Buckwalter and Tracey Gilbert, in the first production of "Funeral Home" last Dec, part of the "Standards of Decency Project." It was directed by Kyle Ancowitz, who also directed my plays, "A Phone Call from Washington State, Late at Night" and "Saturday with Martin."

5 comments:

Freeman said...

Hey! Great news! That is a fantastic play.

I am, of course, still waiting to hear back about my "taking off a girl's clothes" play.

David Johnston said...

I, for one, would love to see all high school forensics teams do speeches from "What to Do to a Girl."

TD said...

I loved both of these plays! Congratulations.

David Johnston said...

Thanks, TD!

Jim said...

I LOVED this play. It's hilarious and quite disturbing. A nice combination.