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Here’s the latest news:
My original play, “The Pink Unicorn” is continuing performances in the US and Canada. Carnegie Stage near Pittsburgh will have performances of the play through June, starring Amy Landis. Please check the schedule for Off the Wall Productions to buy tickets. Kristie Friday will also be reprising the role of Trisha Lee through July, in and about Saskatoon. Contact Live Five for more information.
This June, I will be in New York, participating in the New Plays For Young Audiences 2017 festival with my original adaptation of “John Henry.” Based on an American folk-ballad,the story takes place in a railroad camp a decade or so after the American Civil War. A young African American boy and his best friend, an Irish American girl, grapple with discrimination as their fathers struggle to keep their jobs in a burgeoning industrialized world. Karl O’Brian Williams directs. This play is appropriate for ages 9 and up. Rehearsed readings are on Saturday, June 17, at 2pm and Sunday, June 18, at 3pm. Please come and see me and see the show–it’s free!
Coming soon, a new anthology edited by Ellen Datlow and Lisa Morton, which will have my original short story “All Through the Night” in it. Haunted Nights will feature sixteen never-before-published chilling tales that explore every aspect of our darkest holiday, Halloween.