Showtime shoutout

Break a leg to all the students and staff involved in Fort Lupton High School’s production of my play, A Family Reunion to Die For.  Their production opened on Wednesday and runs through this afternoon at the school in Fort Lupton, CO.

The Fort Lupton Press ran an article on the production’s audition process which I find quite interesting.

Take a peek: Murder mystery takes stage at Ft. Lupton H.S.

A Family Reunion to Die For

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

 

Showtime shoutout

In March, Andover Central School in Andover, NY, put on a production of my play, Murderous Night at the Museum. An article in the Wellsville Daily Reporter discusses how museum-like exhibits decorated the hallways of the school to extend the setting of the play throughout the school. What a clever idea! I’m sure that was a lot of fun (and also a lot of work.)

Read the article: ‘Murderous Night at the Museum’ coming to Andover Central School this weekend

Murderous Night at the Museum - Andover Central School

Murderous Night at the Museum – Andover Central School

Showtime shoutout

Earlier this month, Taylor County High School in Campbellsville, KY, performed my play, A Family Reunion to Die For, at Campbellsville University. I came across a nice article about the production in the Central Kentucky News Journal. The article mentions that several rehearsals were cancelled due to snow. I hope they had a successful run and that the snowed out rehearsals didn’t cause too much trouble. (Last year, I directed a school play here in Central Jersey, and Hurricane Sandy wiped out a week of rehearsals, so I feel the director’s pain!)

Take a look at the article: TCHS drama presents murder mystery

A Family Reunion to Die For - Taylor County High School

A Family Reunion to Die For – Taylor County High School

Showtime shoutout

Murderous Night at the Museum - Larned High School

I stumbled across a few publicity photos for Larned High School’s Over Actors’ Anonymous’ production of my play, Murderous Night at the Museum, which is taking place tonight.

Murderous Night at the Museum - Larned High SchoolMurderous Night at the Museum - Larned High School

Showtime shoutout

A Family Reunion to Die For – Backlot Players

A production of my play, A Family Reunion to Die For, produced by the Backlot Players at The Rose Theater in Forsyth, GA, closed yesterday. I found a nice little article about the production online.

Take a read: Youth theatre production is to die for

More press for Godspell

Mercerspace.com has a little write-up on their website about my upcoming production of Godspell with M & M Stage Productions at The Kelsey Theatre. There’s even a little quote from yours truly. Hopefully, this will appear in the July 1 editions of their monthly publications that are delivered to homes across the county. We could sure use the publicity.

Take a look: Hamilton performance company to present Godspell