My play Prince of Peace, about an eerie confrontation in a funeral home, will be performed as part of the 4th Street Theatre’s Ten-Minute Play Festival in Chesterton, Indiana. Performances will be on August 19-21 and August 25-28.
My one-act play Honor Flight, about a veteran’s first and last trip to the Vietnam Wall in Washington, will be performed on January 28, 29, and 30th as part of the Conservative Theatre Festival. The Festival will take place at the Abbey Theatre in Dublin, Ohio.
I have collected all my short plays into one volume titled Ten-Minute Plays. The plays cover a range of genres—from the comedy of a pair of ice dancers squabbling over their routine to the tragedy of a dying veteran at the Vietnam Wall. To purchase a copy, please go to:
Mimi, Percy, and Benjamin are back at it! (Fans of their first book, in which they accidentally erase Christopher Columbus from history, will quickly realize the danger of that.)
This time, their destination is George and Martha Washington’s Mount Vernon Estate in 1797.
Really, what could go wrong?
Should you wish to find out, the new book is available right here: https://www.schulerbooks.com/chapbook-press/untimely-adventures-mimi-book-2-george-and-martha-washington-edward-bloor-and-amanda
My ten-minute play The Next Right Thing has been chosen to be part of Broward College’s “Take Ten!” play festival. Due to Covid, the plays will now be recorded and streamed online.
The Next Right Thing will stream on Saturday night, April 24, at or about 8 pm. Tickets are free, but they do ask you to register. Here is the link: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/take-ten-broward-colleges-original-short-play-festival-tickets-135580469835?aff=ebdssbeac
At last! Here is a link to the Tangerine feature I did back in March for Book Club for Kids. Covid, of course, intervened.
I have a new book out that is a collaboration with my daughter Amanda and my grandniece Kristina. It is a rollicking time travel story with lots of illustrations, and it just might change the world. Check out the Mimi page on this website.
Thanks to the great cast and crew of Miami’s Fantasy Theatre Factory for their moving presentation of Centennial.
(Update: Looks like the video has expired.)