The year is starting off well with several upcoming productions. Short play Holy Hell, one of the brightest gems in my body of work, is going to be published by Rain City Projects, a group in Seattle dedicated to supporting and connecting Pacific Northwest playwrights. The release date is set for Feb. 24.
In 2015, a theater company in Korea performed a collection of 7 of my short play, in Korean. They even flew me to Incheon to see the performances, which was a thrill. I was contacted recently by one of the producers of that collection who let me know that they would like to mount 3 of those plays again this month (August, 2023). I’m so happy that my plays have spoken to these theater artists and their audiences. I noticed when I was there that the laughter of a Korean audience sounds exactly like the laughter from an American audience, which reminded me that, no matter how different we are in how we look or talk or eat, we are all brothers and sisters sharing a beautiful planet.
My very popular romcom Fighting Mr. Right has been chosen by the Pymble Players of Sydney, Australia for their upcoming Short Form Theater Project, to be performed in December. For some reason my plays do very well in Australia. One of these days I would love to take myself there to see one of these performances.