Interviews, Articles, and Awards

Awards

The Cayuga Canal Girls is a winning play in the AACT NewPlayFest 2020.

The Cayuga Canal Girls, by Laura King

Five female childhood friends reunite in their historic hometown of Seneca Falls, New York, to lay one of their own to rest. As they struggle to come to grips with the surprising death, they reopen old wounds, face harsh realities, and confront the compromises they have made in their lives. But as the day wears on, the women learn that even though “into each life some rain must fall,” the rain offers a cleansing promise of new possibilities.

World Premiere Producing Theatre:
Phoenix Stage Company, Oakville, Connecticut
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Production Dates: March 20 – 29, 2020

Merritt Anne and the Mighty Oak was a winning play at the 2019 Write Now conference.

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Fallout won the 2016 Georgia Theatre Conference One-Act Playwriting Competition.

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Independence Day at Happy Meadows was awarded the 2016 Southeastern Theatre Conference/Stage Rights Ready to Publish Award and is available for licensing through Stage Rights.

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Check Mate was awarded the outstanding one-act play at the Elm Street Cultural Arts Village New Works Festival in June 2016.

Elm St Check Mate

Interviews and Articles

AACT Spotlight Magazine

American Theatre

Broadway World

SETC News

Stage Rights

Montgomery Advertiser

MONROE ENTERTAINS YOU

Las Cruces Bulletin (Fallout)

5th Wall Productions

Out of Box Theatre

Tiger Lily Theatre

Hollins Playwrights Lab

Lionheart Theatre Company

State of DisUnion

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