Today, we wrapped Dr. Kritzinger’s 12 O’Clock. I just got back from strike. It’s never fun to say goodbye to people after a show, but that’s life in the theatre. These last few weeks have been some of the best I’ve had. Working with so many smart, high-spirited, funny, and talented people to bring a show… Continue reading Dr. Kritzinger Sails Into History
After each performance of Dr. Kritzinger’s 12 O’Clock, I come out on stage (still in costume) and take audience questions. A question that came up during Sunday matinee, which I’ll paraphrase, was this: Is this play about the Nazis during World War II, or is it a comment on atrocities going on today? Short version of my reply:… Continue reading What Dr. Kritzinger Is All About
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Burien Actors Theater made their official announcement of the prize winners on Monday. They also released a schedule of show dates. Winning scripts: First place full-length: “Four Gone Conclusions,” a comedy, by Kevin Boze Second place full-length: “The Skilled Use of Blunt Objects,” a drama, by Thomas Pierce First place one-act: “Dr. Kritzinger’s 12 O’Clock,” a drama,… Continue reading More News About Dr. Kritzinger’s 12 O’Clock
The Burien Actors Theatre, a small but well respected professional company in these parts, has decided to give my one-act play, Dr. Kritzinger’s 2 O’Clock first prize in the One-Act category of the Bill and Peggy Hunt Playwrights Festival. This means the show will go up six times between May 1st and May 25th, that I will… Continue reading A Brief, Happy Announcement