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Posted February 2024
I'm thrilled to announce that a new short film Still Waters directed by Katia Café-Fébrissy premiered at the 25th Annual Reel Out Film Festival February 10th, 2024, at The Screening Room 120 Princess St, Kingston, Ontario K7L 5M6. MORE EXCITING NEWS TO FOLLOW AS SOON AS IT IS OFFICIALLY RELEASED!
My sword-slinging, feminist farce The Lady Demands Satisfaction is currently on in a rave-reviewed production at The Phoenix Theatre in Edmonds, Washington; has an upcoming production in Missouri at the Maplewood Barn Theatre, and just closed at the Stagecraft Theatre in Wellington, New Zealand!
I also had a lovely talkback with the audience at The Phoenix Theatre - you should've been there!
Katie Wallace as Trothe Pepperston in the Phoenix Theatre production of The Lady Demands Satisfaction.
A rave review in the Shoreline Area News by Kindle Carpp!
On a sad note, I am deeply sorry to hear of the sudden passing of Linsey Falls - a brilliant actor, much loved in the Chicago Theatre scene. He originated the role of Lord Abernathy in the premiere production of The Lady Demands Satisfaction, and will be greatly missed. My sincere condolences to his friends and his family. The audiences of Chicago will miss him.
There Is No Play, a dramatic one act about High School students getting together to perform a play after it has been banned by their school, has now been PUBLISHED by YouthPLAYS, and has two upcoming productions!
The play premiered at the Kansas Thespian Festival earlier this year, thanks to wonderful drama teacher Angela Bin and the Fort Scott Thespians Troupe (#7365). It was, ironically, banned by the principal of a different school in a different state first - gotta love the irony.
So this site is almost at 1.5 million visitors (see the counter above), and I added a button for the "Buy me a coffee" website, thinking it might offset the cost of hosting the free monologues to download. Well.. it didn't. There was an initial burst of tips from some lovely friends, for which I am very grateful... and since then... Nada. Ah well, one day I might be surprised!
I'm still working on a play about The Mysterious Disappearance of Agatha Christie - developed with Houston's Alley Theatre. Here's some inside info, courtesy of Brendan Bourque-Sheil and the Landing Theatre New Works Podcast!
A drama teaching friend of mine asked me to muse on what makes a strong standalone monologue for her class... so here's my take on it!
My headshot is by Jessica Sherman Photography.