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Infiltration

Infiltration.  There is a process of infiltration that occurs with me now, in which a character from another play or sketch infiltrates another play, and it makes sense. Abe and Val are having an anniversary dinner at the Temple of … Continue reading

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Work America Notes

The Work America plays. 1st play in the Series is PRNYC, based very loosely on my years in the NYC public relations business. The 2nd play, The Caregivers, is set in a Victorian hospice home on Puget Sound, in Washington … Continue reading

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The Caregivers Notes

Grappling with hallucinations, as Oliver Sacks examines in his new book Hallucinations, can be a nightmare. Hallucinations take many forms and have powerful effect and alter a perceived reality in a snap and suddenly there is committment to a new … Continue reading

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The Terror of The Reading

Last week I succumbed to a torturous and necessary ritual of playwriting called the reading. A ’reading’ in playwriting parlance means gathering  a bunch of actors to read your play, with a critical audience to give  feedback. This time it was at … Continue reading

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