When I moved to the city in 2015, the first theatre company that took me on as a playwright was The Dirty Blondes with their Play In A Day Festival where I met so many wonderful collaborators who I'd go on to work with in the future. If not for them, I would not have met Anna Rock, and would not have gotten to make Trump Rally for her and make my Off-Broadway debut. I owe them everything. And now I'm thrilled to be their Literary Associate--as well as the only guy on the team ;).
I am so lucky to have found a family with them. They are truly one of a kind. Like their page, like their insta, and if you're a playwright and feel your work alligns with our mission statement-- send one over! Ya boi will be reading them.
Lastly, I wrote a new play called Kill Your Television about reptilians, New World Order, the Illumaniti and brainwashing of the public through media. I've had this idea for 10 years and after many, many failed drafts I've finally made something I'm proud of. I'm hoping to make it a play with music (or dare I suggest, a musical?) so, any theatre companies out there listening...I got a new work for ya! Heres a picture from my vision board for it.
Lastly I've still been doing a lot of reading. Things I've read recently include: John by Annie Baker, Steal Like An Artist by Austin Kleon, The Bad Seed (stage version) by Anderson Maxwell, Tomorrowland by Neena Beber, and Gray Gardens (stage version) by Douglas Wright. I also finally got around to seeing the HBO version of Gray Gardens, and holy Drew Barrymore. It was v good.