Check out my new one act comedy “Little Red Riding Hood Cowgirl Astronaut,” available with Big Dog Plays.
FARCE. In this school production of “Little Red Riding Hood” the costume designer has taken some creative liberties with the costumes. Little Red Riding Hood has been transformed into a cowgirl astronaut, the Big Bad Wolf looks like a Wall Street trader, Granny is a superhero, Little Red’s mother is a witch, and the huntsman is now the “huntsfairy,” complete with a tiara, tutu, and fairy wings. No matter how hard they try, the cast and director just can’t bring themselves to tell the overly enthusiastic costume designer that her costumes are horrible. With the performance quickly approaching, they have to come up with a solution or resign themselves to performing the wackiest play in the school’s history, “Little Red Riding Hood Cowgirl Astronaut”! Easy to stage.
The Holy Family Catholic School in Austin, TX, is performing V.I.L.L.A.I.N.S at state competition this Fall! Break a leg thespians!
Check out my new one act comedy “Dewey Decimals and Dragons,” available with Brooklyn Publishers.
Prince Prescott is a bibliophile who takes little interest in princely pursuits, much to the chagrin of Queen Edwina and King Cranston. His parents consult a myriad of magical advisors including a trio of eccentric wizards about his reading malady, but to no avail. When his parents plan to send Prince Prescott to Fairy Godmother’s Finishing School to be instructed in charm, fashion, etiquette, archery, and fencing, Prince Prescott runs away to the only place he thinks he’ll be safe from princely pursuits; a dragon’s lair. There, he becomes the public relations manager for Darla, a dragon who loves a good bedtime story. Can a vicious dragon attack on the village by Draco the dragon, help bring Prince Prescott and his family back together?
Check out my 10 minute comedic solo show, “Auditions? Anyone?” available with Brooklyn Publishing.
Cameron, the dramatic director of the Blue Valley Thespian Club, is intent on making this year’s artistic offering exceptional, endearing, and extraordinary. As the production’s fearless leader, she wants to move the audience to tears, laughter, and hopefully, donations. She has penned a science fiction fairy tale extravaganza entitled “Snow White and the Seven Intergalactic Deathbots”. At the auditions, Cameron acts out all the roles including the Evil Queen, the Charming Prince, science-whiz Snow White, and a host of android assassins. Cameron casts herself in every role, certain that she is the only performer with the “artistic aptitude” to play each character. Will this limelight hog learn that it takes a team to make a theatre production?
I finished writing a short script for the NYC Kids Project, a NYC based non-profit dedicated to teaching respect and inclusion through puppetry. Feeling blessed and excited to work with such a wonderful organization!