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Tag Archives: Planting the Seed festival
We’re pretty excited over here because the 2014 ONSTAGE Finalists whose works made up our Planting the Seed fest are GETTING PUBLISHED with Indie Theater Now! That’s right—it’s party time! We couldn’t be happier for our playwrights, and for this … Continue reading
I’m so excited to share our final poster for the Planting the Seed fest going up in Prescott, AZ Jan 2nd and 3rd! YAY! Directors in Prescott include Linda Miller, Don Langford, Frank Malle, Karen Murphy, Jon Meyer, Cason Murphy, … Continue reading
Don’t miss Denise’s play, The Beginner’s Guide to Gardening, in our Planting the Seed Festival in Prescott, Jan 2nd and 3rd! Tickets available HERE. Bookmark our Blog or follow us on Facebook! One of the things that we really like … Continue reading
Purple Eggs in the Car(ton) came to me one night, as many of my ideas for writing do. And, of course, it just so happened to be at a time when I had no paper on me (I know, bad … Continue reading
Who hasn’t daydreamed about visiting the beautiful red rocks of Sedona, AZ? I grew up just an hour away from the famous desert landscape, and spent many a day-trip wandering through this beautiful artist retreat – so I was absolutely … Continue reading
Holy cow! Time is FLYING BY! And our Ithaca and Sedona Producers are gearing up for our May 4th readings. So let’s get to know these AMAZING ladies! First, I’ve got to talk a little about the AWESOME Darcy Rose. … Continue reading
It started with a photograph of a girl I’ve never met. While scrolling through my news feed one afternoon, a picture jumped out at me. This picture, seen here. I wondered who that girl was, and what her story was. … Continue reading
Wow – there is something to be said for direct ratio of sleep one gets to the tasks one is juggling. I had a WONDERFUL time directing this weekend’s reading in Waco, TX, but I have to admit: I’m only … Continue reading