Susan Goodall’s THE HOUR is one of six shorts selected for the fourth annual P.L.A.Y. Noir, presented in Los Angeles by Punk Monkey Productions.
HOPE THROWS HER HEART AWAY has been slated for a 15-performance run Nov. 27-Dec. 20 in Chicago, presented by Genesis Theatrical Productions. TAW members Carole Schweid, Nadine Willig and Kimberly Squires were the cast of its first public reading in Westport.
HOPE THROWS HER HEART AWAY will be part of Festival51, a women’s playwriting festival in Pawtucket, RI. HOPE will receive two fully-staged performances during the July 31-Aug 15 festival.
HOW VIOLET MET WATSON will run for for seven performances, July 3-July 12 as part of the West Coast Players One Acts Festival in Clearwater FL.
HEELS OVER HEAD won a national competition, Rover Dramawerk’s Seconds, a contestfor comedies vying for a second production. It will be part of Rover’s main stage season in Dallas metro in July-August next year.
Also in Texas, Goodell’s short WELL REALLY, first done as the word of the week “candy,” will be on the program of Pandora Theatre’s Vox Feminina, July 17-26 in Houston.
Goodell’s HOW VIOLET MET WATSON was selected, out of 700 plays, for inclusion in Chagrin Valley Little Theatre’s 1010 Festival, running July 24 through Aug. 15. This will be the short play’s third production this year.
You can read her Broadway World interview here.
Jack Rushton’s FINDING ZEUS, was selected by the readers as one of eight ten-minute plays that will be work-shopped, developed, and presented at the ATHE 2015 conference held in Montréal, Québec, Canada July 30 – August 2, 2015.
Jim Gordon’s play, THE PAINTING was selected as one of eight plays to be performed as part The Piney Fork Theatre Festival in NY City.
THE PAINTING has been published by the on-line literary magazine The Furious Gazelle. (thefuriousgazelle.com)
THE FIRST BRIDGE has been accepted to the Midtown Theatre Festival.
THE STARLIGHT BALLROOM has been selected for the Phoenix Stage Company’s One-Act Festival.
This July, as part of the St. Louis Actor’s Studio LaBute New Theatre Festival, Fran Dorf’s one act drama, “There You Are,” will have its debut along with a new piece by Neil LaBute called “Kandahar,” and seven other works by playwrights from around the world. Read the reviews here and here.
Marca Leigh has been cast as Dona Clara in Pedro Calderon de la Barca’s “Morning in April and May” with Connecticut Free Shakespeare. Performances will be at Beardsley Zoo August 5-9.