Tag: Bruce Graham

  • March 2019 play readings

    I want to give a quick promotion to my fellow Philadelphia playwrights who are enjoying readings at Theatre Exile this month. Given that the first one is tonight, I should have done this sooner but, well, I didn’t. All three readings are happening at Theatre Exile’s digs at 1340 South 13th Street, Philadelphia, at 7…

  • Two more readings!

    Just because I don’t post it, doesn’t mean I’m not out there, seeing way too much theater.  It simply means that I’m not treating this blog with the proper sanguineness. There’s actually quite a lot of good theater going down this season.  The photos I’m attaching are related to Bruce Graham’s Funnyman at the Arden Theatre,…

  • Season 2 concludes! Unrelated tiny pies eaten!

    Apologies for taking a month off from blogging, but I felt a little overwhelmed and emotionally unprepared to share my nonsense thoughts about theater.  But, break’s over.  I’ve finally managed to finish shooting and cutting the second season of Martinis with Nick, and if you hop over to my sister website, you can watch the final…

  • The Philadelphia Connection

    As I teased in my last post, a new book hit the market yesterday called The Philadelphia Connection by B.J. Burton.  B.J. was one of the playwrights associated with the Brick Playhouse back in the late nineties and early naughts, and since those days, she’s engaged in a series of adventures and misadventures and illicit activities…

  • Interviewing Bruce Graham

    Just wanted to let everyone know that the second season of Martinis with Nick is proceeding, though slower than anticipated.  We’ve been having trouble booking people around vacations and, unbelievingly, rehearsals, and then Tony broke his finger on a cat, but we are making slow progress. Last week, I interviewed local playwright and minor legend, Bruce Graham.…