Fran Dorf’s play, “The Angel of Forgetting” will have a roundtable reading at the Lark in New York City on March 5th. Click here for more information.
James Feuer plays a WWII general who tried to kill Hitler
in Mysteries at the Castle on the Travel Channel.
In April/May he will appear in Happy Family on Theatre Row.
Damien Long and Larry Greeley will be appearing in the musical She Loves Me at the Wilton PLAYSHOP from Feb 27th to March 14th. Tickets at 203-762-7629.
Play with your Food, February 10 at Fairfield Theatre Company
Jack Rushen’s play Image will have a reading at Town Players of New Canaan located in Waveny Park.
Saturday, February 7 at 8PM and Sunday, February 8 at 2:30PM
General admission $5 click here for more information.
Susan Goodell’s full-length HOPE THROWS HER HEART AWAY will be the first play in an a inaugural reading series presented February 2 by Virginia Stage Company in Norfolk, VA.
Susan Jacobson’s solo performance in “Letting Go,” a film short she choreographed and co-directed, will premiere at the opening of the Lincoln Center Dance on Camera Film Festival on January 30th.
“Stone in the Crick” by member Granville Burgess is available for purchase on his website www.granvilleburgess.com or through Amazon. ALL proceeds (not just a percentage) go the support the Lancaster Farmland Trust, a nonprofit dedicated to preserving Amish farmland in Lancaster County, PA.
SHE MAKES WONDERFUL QUILTS. BUT CAN SHE STILL FIT INTO THE PATTERN OF HER AMISH LIFE?
Rebecca Zook feels stuck like the stone in the crick on her Lancaster County farm. She yearns to be an artist–but her faith instructs her to beware the sin of pride. She should marry godly Jacob—but does she truly love him? Then Englisher Gregory Pinckney comes to live on her farm with his horse, Bojangles. When their friendship becomes more romantic, her heart is torn in yet another direction.
A horse insurance scam endangers Gregory’s life. Can Rebecca find fortitude in her faith? Is there a way into Gregory’s heart?
And will the stone of her life finally break free so she can become the person she yearns to be?
“Like a quilt woven with many dexterous hands, Burgess weaves a page-turner tale of intrigue and romance… A witty novel, full of humor and intelligence, with memorable characters who feel life-like enough to hug.” ELIZABETH OBERBECK, author of The Dressmaker (Henry Holt & Co.)
“Acclaimed playwright Granville Burgess is a great writer and in his first novel, a tender, romantic book, his prose sings!” STEVEN S. DRACHMAN, author of the award-winning Watt O’Hugh series (Chickadee Prince Books)
South Carolinian Granville Wyche Burgess has written plays, musicals and teleplays produced in New York and on network and cable TV. He is the recipient of an EMMY nomination and numerous grants and awards. Granville’s wife, Reba, was raised on an Amish farm in Lancaster County.