It’s been an exciting time over the past few weeks.
The Last Confession has been getting the focus of my attention for the past six months.
I’ve been working with a very talented, four-time Tony Award nominee to beef up the script. As a result, the story arc and characters have only gotten stronger. It’s been named a finalist in an international playwriting competition. The winners will be announced on September 10. The play has also been submitted to Los Angeles’ Echo Theatre’s playwriting competition. It would be great to get some recognition stateside, too. Perhaps it might even lead to representation. That would be a welcome change and make submitting to producers a hell of a lot easier.
The Tryst, one of the short ten-minute comedies won the Lust category in a Seven Deadly Sins competition at Emerald Theatre. Then it was named 3rd place overall. The show goes up in early September. I sure wish I had the wherewithal to be there for opening night.
Fusion, The Play has been selected for inclusion to The Grief Dialogues Off-Broadway production. I’ll post firm dates when they’re announced. Now that’s truly big news. Getting my work seen in New York should make everything more visible because connections are everything. And that would bode well for The Last Confession.
This morning, I signed a freelance agreement with OnStageBlog, a national online magazine that reports on all things theatre from industry news to tips for actors and technicians. From time to time, you’ll see my articles published there.