Write Your Own Play

As one playwright to another, it isn’t much fun when anyone, let alone a stranger reading your script, tells you “what” you should have written, “how” you should have written it and “why” you should change it.  And yet, I’ve been fortunate to have work accepted for critique at professional workshops which proved to be … Read more

A Sad Loss: Playwright Jim Curran

Today I received an email informing us that playwright Jim Curran passed away Friday evening, July 18.  I share this news with sadness even though I knew Jim only through our many correspondences when we published two of his works, “They’re Irish, They’re Catholic, They’re Guilty!” and “The Burning of the Old House.”  James Joseph … Read more

TRAGEDY

Our hearts go out to the victims and their families and all those injured both physically and emotionally in the Boston Marathon bombings. It is indeed a tragedy and one in which we all share a common bond of sorrow. We are proud of the people of Boston, the law enforcement officials, the first responders … Read more