Monthly Archives: April 2006


A reminder, the cool kids of Daniel Webster High School will perform The Bill Show in Tulsa, OK this week! Performances are Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday, April 12–14. If you’re in the area, check it out!

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Act I in Egypt

Coming in only four months behind schedule is Act I of my Egypt play. Depending on the time of day you ask me, its title is either Grave Matters or Curse of the Mummy’s Tomb! One is more sober than … Continue reading

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Introducing The Hardline According To Martin McDonagh presents: True Playwright Confessions Last month I saw The Pillowman at George Street Playhouse. I think I didn’t like it. But my judgment may not be well-qualified, because every time they referenced one particular murder: Katurian She’s buried out … Continue reading

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