Art… Will Find a Way

These are indeed strange times for humanity, as we collectively reel from the fallout that COVID-19 is continually blasting us with. To be clear, this is nothing I like to joke or about or take less-than-seriously. Not only are lives being lost, but livelihoods as well. No group knows this fearful effect more than artmakers … Continue reading Art… Will Find a Way

The Year of Women and Frankensteins

Well, it's October again and just as with the past two Halloween seasons, my play Frankenstein lives again! This time around, the show is being produced by River Company, a troupe who not only knows how to stage plays, but also design one really stellar Franken-bird. The genesis of the project started with a dear colleague … Continue reading The Year of Women and Frankensteins

“OUR TOWN” – IN OUR TIME

From the Wiscasset Newspaper, published April 13, 2016 By Joy Braley, Heartwood executive director HEARTWOOD PRESENTS “OUR TOWN” - IN OUR TIME “Our Town,” by Thornton Wilder, opened in 1938 in NJ, went on to enjoy Broadway success, won the Pulitzer Prize for Drama … and has remained in performance on the global scene, ever since.  Heartwood Theater … Continue reading “OUR TOWN” – IN OUR TIME

Festival Recognition for “Almost, Maine”

Extraordinarily please to share the news that the play I co-directed at the Lanesboro Community Theater, Almost, Maine has come back from the MACT Festival in Cokato, Minnesota with a few feathers in its cap. MACT stands for Minnesota Association of Community Theatres and every year there is a festival/ competition with workshops and 60-minute stagings of … Continue reading Festival Recognition for “Almost, Maine”