Tuesday, July 23, 2013

When your association gets you down watch a play

New Play Cafe is proud to announce the Simply Sci-Fi plays and playwrights

 

Nate Black Crash Bang Boom. By Nate Black Two young men and a doomsday prepper battle aliens. Playwright bio: Nate is, well, pretty much thrilled to be a part of the New Play Café Series. Currently Nate works at Cygnet Theatre Company where he does lights and works in the box office. Previous writing credits include Fugue State in the 2010 Philadelphia Fringe Festival and The Whispering Ruckus in the West Chester One Act Play Festival. Salvador Dali once said that any artist who is truly serious about creating good art should first marry my wife. Nate didn’t marry Dali’s wife, but he married Haley who is the most beautiful, supportive and patient woman in the world. Much thanks to Kevin, Jennie and Lizzie for this opportunity and much love to Echo and Makhai, the two most adorable pit bulls ever.


Don Juan Whitman on Earth by Carla Nell Reporter falls for alien; news at eleven. Playwright bio: Carla is the co-Artistic Director of InnerMission Productions. She has over 14 years of experience acting and directing in the San Diego theatre community. She is an SDSU graduate with a BA in Theatre Arts. Locally she has produced and directed The Marriage of Bette and Boo at 6th @ Penn, I Am a Woman at Claire de Lune, an evening of one-acts at Diversionary Theatre, First Love at St. Cecilias Playhouse, Dancing at Lughnasa at Onstage Playhouse (winner of four Aubrey award nominations including best direction and ensemble), and Personal Space in association with THE COLLECTIVE. Carla is a member of the Pasadena Playhouse Directors Lab West.


Ryan Roach Evil Alan by Ryan Roach Alan meets himself for coffee. Playwright bio: Ryan Roach is new the the "playwriting scene", as much as there is one. Is there one? Ryan Roach doesn't know. But if there is, he is new to it, and taking it by storm. Or maybe not. It's just too early to tell.




  
Bryan Finnigan Peripathetic by Bryan Finnigan The timing was almost perfect. Playwright bio: Bryan is an award winning playwright who has also written comedy for network television and nationally syndicated radio. New to the San Diego area he looks forward to furthering his work with the local theatre community. Learn more about him at www.bryanfinnigan.com




Kathleen Masse Romancing the Machine by Kathleen E. Massé The shiny promise of a perfect child, not to mention the convenience. Playwright bio: Since moving to San Diego nine years ago, Kathleen has been involved in several grass-roots projects in community and professional theatre as a performer, writer and director. After starving for her art for a while, she got hungry and decided to become a massage therapist. This career has brought her regular meals and enormous satisfaction, but she missed all the crazy people, so has recently returned to theatre via the New Play Cafe. She’s delighted to have her play performed among such worthy offerings and hopes you’ll enjoy the show as much as your dessert.


Janet Tiger  The Time Travel Café by Janet S. Tiger A quick trip to your past is easy and affordable. Playwright bio: Janet S. Tiger's monologues, one-acts and plays have been performed internationally and published in anthologies in the U.S., Canada, and the U.K. Tiger is the recipient of an NEA-COMBO Fellowship Award, numerous contest awards and multiple commissions. She has been a member of the Scripteasers playwriting group since 1979, and from 2006-2008 she was Playwright-in-Residence at Swedenborg Hall in San Diego. Her website is PlaysbyJanetSTiger.com.

For tickets and information, please visit New Play Cafe.

Monday, November 26, 2012

Finally, neighbors I like

OK, that title is not an entirely true statement.

But!  The fact that people I know and like are moving into a Village Woods condo is good news indeed.  I didn't even tell them how crazy the board and president are.  I did tell them which condos to avoid and how to not act like they're having any fun in the pool, which is right next to the President's condo.

GOD!  Why can't people be happy!  Like my with my new neighbors.

Wednesday, November 7, 2012

Why I like this hat

I like this hat. It looks good one me, it has a cool graphic and nice colors.  I also connects me with 1 billion like-minded people and, while I like to stand out in the crowd, we need to stand together on some things.

Like violence against women.  Do you know anyone who's for that?  What about rape?  Anyone for that?  No?  Then stand with me.

On Feb. 14, 2013 I am joining One Billion Rising -- a global uprising to bring to light something that is not fun to talk about but that every person in the world would say he/she is against.  And you don't even have to get the hat.

If you want more information, visit: 1BillionRisingSD.com or OneBillionRising.org

If you want the hat, visit www.cafepress.com/onebillionrisingsd

Thursday, August 30, 2012

#RollerDisco

So a group of friends met me at Skate World in Linda Vista.  The event? Roller Disco (or #RollerDisco as we call it in the age of Twit).  The reason?  To have fun.

And have fun we (for the most part) did.  There were some bruised knees, my bottom hurt for a few days and one lucky unfortunate twisted a knee exiting the hard wood rink floor.  Good news? The carpet landing was at least a little softer.

See the photos here... and you can watch the video below.  Maybe the next time you are invited to an event called Roller Disco, you'll go...

Sunday, August 5, 2012

Kevin Six's Monologue to be published

Here's a brief note from my new publisher...
Just a quick note to let you know that your monologue, "Stupid," has been selected for inclusion in JAC Publishing's interJACtions: Monologues from the Heart of Human Nature, Volume II. Thank you for submitting it to us!