I was a tease. I completely admit it. But I was waiting for all the news to be clear. My play THREE RULES FOR THE DRAGON, which had a reading at Premiere Stages in New Jersey in March, has been selected for a workshop in June. We will have the luxury of some rehearsal to work on the play, and then there are three FREE public readings of the play. It's pretty easy to get to - NJ Transit goes basically right to the door. And it's free. I'm excited about it; I am proud of the play, and excited to work on it. Wes Grantom is directing, and we will know more about who's doing it soon.
The play was also a finalist for this year's O'Neill Playwrights Conference, and while it's a bit of a bummer it didn't make the final cut (I have been in the close-but-no-cigar club there before), it's an honor to get close again in that prestigious festival, and a sign of encouragement for the play and its future. It's a tough play that I am very hopeful about.
And, still a tease: more news soon. On a different topic. I know! What a jerk.