Well, Interchange finally concluded its wonderful run at the WorkShop. The play, written by Ken Jaworowski and Directed by Thomas Cote', played to packed and enthusiastic houses and was a NY Times Critics Pick. My sole (but pivotal) opening scene declared "poignant" by Times Critic Wilborn Hampton. (Too bad Wilborn couldn't include the 2 names of those in said "poignant" scene. Oh, well.)
And now, as they say, onto the next thing...or things, if you will;
My play The Old Wife's Tale will receive a public reading on the WorkShop's Mainstage on Nov. 21st, as part of the Sundays@Six Series. This will be this play's second public reading, after a great and acclaimed reading at the Last Frontier Theatre Conference in '09. This reading will star Gerrianne Raphael (from the original Broadway production of Man of La Mancha), Noah Keen, Bert Edwards and DeeDee Friedman. It will be directed by Kathy MacGowan. And it's FREE. For info, go to;
And following that, I will be appearing as Chris in Jennifer Fell Hayes' A Weekend in Filey, with Anna Emily Wood, and again directed by Kathy MacGowan. This will be included in Cold Snaps, a presentation of short plays at the WorkShop, which will run from Dec. 2nd-18th.
Thanks for checkin' in!