I created this!
Circle X Theatre Co. invites Los Angeles-based playwrights to apply to our emerging and mid-career writers’ group. We seek writers who align with a shifting professional identity—that is, artists whose careers are on their way to becoming what they seek to be. We encourage playwrights to pitch the ‘play they are scared to write,’ the play that has been sitting in their imagination for some time or has come about in this moment of stillness and for whatever reason—impossibility of language, form, or subject—has not been written.
This Evolving Playwrights Group will take place from September 2020-May 2021 and culminate in a public reading series. Each writer will be paired with a playwright mentor for bi-weekly meetings. Mentors will be chosen for each writer by Jim Leonard and Lisa Sanaye Dring. Playwrights will also meet as a cohort every month to discuss new work.
I am speaking this Friday in CTG's Working in Theatre series about 'Funding Your Projects: Grants, Fellowships & Other Forms of Support'
Check it out!
We couldn't wrap up our second year of the Rogue Lab with in-person readings, so these brilliant creatives created online offerings of segments of their plays:
Rogue Lab is a project I co-founded and currently co-direct with Chelsea Sutton. Now in its second year, the lab provides creators an incubator with hyper-theatrical new work.
Chelsea Sutton and I talk about writing impossible, hyper-theatrical plays! It's free and fun.
The Wicked One was honored as a finalist for the Bay Area Playwrights Festival!
I am going to be reading the role of Feste in Twelfth Night! This is a dreaaaam role. Tune in to hear the live, unrehearsed and musically accompanied reading as part of Play On Shakespeare's 'First Reads.'
Monday, May 4th at 12p PST
Check out my contribution to the 24 Hour Plays, performed by the marvelous Tedra Millan:
My Voice in Her Mouth
I am so delighted to be able to develop a new play with Humanitas and Stage Raw in their PLAY LA Program, under the guidance of Steven Leigh Morris.
The Fabulous Julia Stier interviewed me fore LA Stage Alliance's @ This Stage Podcast.