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Playwrights Notes Part IV: A few comments about plays as art form, and a play for your enjoyment

So I wrote a play called “The Day My Father Met the Lord”, and some will find it to have a religious theme. Because of that some people may find it suspect, or controversial. I don’t think the work is controversial at all; in fact I think it’s a simple allegory. I had a lot of fun writing it. But I need to stand up to it: I wrote it, it’s my opinion and nobody else’s, and it reflects some bias I have. It’s a story of my own making about what I think I see. Continue reading

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Playwrights Notes Part III: Plays I’ve Written, and Next Steps

If you have been following my posts, you know I am a playwright in the making.  As of now I have not had my works published, or performed in front of a paying audience.  Thus the “in the making”.

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