Showtime shoutout

Break a leg to everyone involved in Emporia High School’s production of my play, A Family Reunion to Die For, which runs tonight through November 8.

The school (located in Emporia, KS) has a nice article about the production in their online newspaper.

Take a look: Theatre Department Prepares for First Show

There’s also an article about the production in the Emporia Gazette.  The school is presenting the play as a dinner theatre production with a western themed menu of sloppy joes and baked potatoes to match the play’s setting.  That’s a clever idea.

You can find the article here: Dinner and a show

Also (for the first time that I’ve ever seen) their logo features my name first.  My name is normally listed after my brother, Matt’s, because of alphabetical order.  I’m really digging this production!

A Family Reunion to Die For - Emporia High School

A Family Reunion to Die For – Emporia High School

 

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3 thoughts on “Showtime shoutout

  1. The Emporia High School production was wonderful! We throughly enjoyed the play, and the colorful, well developed characters! The dinner was delicious. The drama students waited tables… in character, before the show. The tables were adorned with and island/western motif of sand, bandanas, a seashells, and umbrellas! My name is Gretchen, and I have never heard my name in a poem before. It really is mot an easy name to rhyme. Great job!

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