I mean, see for yourself…
Do you want to see a play about a guy who uses a strange device to communicate with the dead, only to find out the horrifying truth about the afterlife?
If not, how about a bunch of other really cool sci-fi and fantasy plays?
This week The Navigators Theater will be presenting their Lift-Off New Play Series. On Friday and Saturday night at 7:30pm you can see a bunch of short original plays. On Sunday at 2pm you can catch a bunch more, including mine, Ghosts. You can also see the very talented and always-awesome Matt Barbot’s play, Here, It’s Color on Sunday too.
You can buy tickets here. The shows take place at the Producer’s Club in The Grand Theater 358 West 44th Street NY, NY 10036.
I have a book out: In Search of the Nobility, TX Wildman.
Here’s the fancy blurb: Maverick Casey spent his life searching for a monster in the vast woods behind his home. But now time is running out. Desperate to leave behind a legacy, he enlists the help of a reality TV show host to document his final expedition in the thicket to search for the Wildman of Nobility, TX.
You may say, “hey, this is self-published, that doesn’t count!” Well, okay, maybe it doesn’t. But I’m still proud of the story and the work put into it. I’m also honored that so many people have been willing to download the book and read it. The story went through several forms, starting as a unfinished short film, then becoming a play, and now, complete and finished as a novel. In that time, so many people offered feedback and criticism, which helped me shape the story and make it into something worth reading. I think it tells a story anyone can relate to, what are you willing to sacrifice for your dreams? What happens if those dreams crash and burn and leave you utterly alone and broken? Also, it’s a comedy!
So, my day job involves writing copy for clients at MDPM Consulting. I get to work with some really cool people and also get to tell folks my fine arts degree actually paid off. Ha! You people thought I’d end up slinging ale at a Renaissance Fair, didn’t you? Didn’t you?!
Anyway, my boss, Jill Nastasia, said I needed a website. She then told Clifton Steinbring to design it and Kirah Strnad to build it. Because all of these people are awesome, I have a badass website. Also, Kirah put this gif in as a test post. And it shall remain. Forever.
Seriously though, thank you!