31 Plays in 31 Days, #26 – “A Small Thing”

A very rough, very unmoored scene coming from imagining for the Adonis sequels. I am very interested in exploring this idea that Pavilla, one of the villain characters, represents the damage caused by entitlement and dehumanizing other people, through giving her an obsession with Aidan. I'm trying to figure out how to create interaction between … Continue reading 31 Plays in 31 Days, #26 – “A Small Thing”

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31 Plays in 31 Days, #25 – “Wedding Toast”

This piece is a little monologue from a point that honestly probably would happen BETWEEN Hawking plays-- part six and part seven, I think. It came from the idea that Nathaniel would be asked to give a toast at Mary's wedding, which happens between those two installments. The idea here is that Mrs. Hawking and … Continue reading 31 Plays in 31 Days, #25 – “Wedding Toast”

31 Plays in 31 Days, #24 – “Grading Circle of Hell”

This scene piece for my Frasier spinoff pilot feels particularly not cohesive. It's got lots of good ideas and the beginnings of funny jokes, but it doesn't have the right rhythm or flow yet. It's designed to set up Freddy a little as a snarky, lonely person who feels a bit trapped in his life, … Continue reading 31 Plays in 31 Days, #24 – “Grading Circle of Hell”

Adonis made the top ten percent of the BlueCat Screenplay Competition!

They've finally begun the rounds of judging for the BlueCat Screenwriting Competition, and I am delighted to announce that Adonis, the screenplay I wrote with Bernie, has made the top ten percent of Features for 2015! I am so happy about this. I had been feeling pretty good when we got our initial feedback from … Continue reading Adonis made the top ten percent of the BlueCat Screenplay Competition!