Tag Archives: Ophelia

OPHELIA Gets Drowned

I’m pretty sure my title for this blogpost is a grammatical nightmare, but today, I care not. Today I’m here to tell you about the most exciting news of my fledgling career as a playwright. In October of 2013 my … Continue reading

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dramachicky redux

Last night I was at a party and someone asked me, “When are you going to start blogging it up again?” and my immediate response wasn’t so much an answer as a realization: “Wow…I haven’t blogged in a really long … Continue reading

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Why All Playwrights Need Table Readings

Last night I had the honor and privilege of listening to members and interns of the Bloomsburg Theatre Ensemble, a professional theatre company in Bloomsburg, Pa., do a table reading of my play, Drowning Ophelia. Let me start by saying: … Continue reading

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Views and Reviews: DEAD FOR A DUCAT by Juanita Rockwell

A few times on this blog I’ve mentioned my faculty mentor from Wilkes University, Juanita Rockwell. Today I want to treat you to a review of one of her plays, Dead for a Ducat, which she so kindly allowed me to … Continue reading

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Playwright Spotlight: Michael Hollinger, Dramadude

I know, I know…this is a blog dedicated to WOMEN playwrights.  I get that, I really do. After all, I created it for that purpose. However. Sometimes a dramadude comes along who is so brilliant, so inspiring, — who writes such … Continue reading

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Views and Reviews: OPHELIA THINKS HARDER by Jean Betts (and William Shakespeare)

I am working on an editing project with an impending deadline, so for this week’s blogpost I am hijacking a review that I wrote for my MFA paper.  🙂  Enjoy! In Jean Betts’ Ophelia Thinks Harder – which she credits … Continue reading

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