If you haven't noticed, the blog posts are getting shorter and shorter. That's because my time is more and more limited. We are heading into the year-end playwrights' festival here at Ohio University. My second year play THE PHYSICS OF TINY BUBBLES is going up on Friday afternoon. I'm pretty stoked about it. It's a reading, and we just wrapped rehearsals and rewrites (who am I kidding -- I'll be cranking out new words the night before... a play is never done until the curtain falls). The poster above is something I designed for the program because I felt like it and I love my fellow writers and wanted to honor their work with something awesome. I hope they like it. If you're around Athens, the fest runs four days. Twelve plays, four days. Mostly free. Otherwise cheap. Seriously, don't miss it.
Thoughts. From my brain. Anything to do with how we tell stories and the stories we tell each other. Literally and figuratively.
Writer. Husband. Father. Effulgent dreamer. A Fightin' Irishman (@NDdotEDU '01). A playwriting Bobcat (MFA in Playwriting, @OhioU '13). I write plays. I'm a geek. I wanted to be an astronaut. I go places in my head.