My ten-minute play, La Mouche, was performed by the Eastmont High School Drama Club in East Wenatchee, Washington. The students did a wonderful set as you can see from the photo! This is a great play for high schools and colleges.… Continue Reading
My comic ten-minute play, Corybungus, was chosen for one of the “Audience Favorite Awards” in the Short and Sweet Theater Festival in Dubai. Yes, in the United Arab Emirates across the globe. Very cool. Poster below. If you need a short… Continue Reading
My play, La Mouche, was performed by the One Acts Theater Club at West Windsor-Plainsboro High School South in New Jersey. La Mouche is one of my most popular short plays, and high schools and colleges seem to love it. I encourage gender… Continue Reading
Enjoy fun photos from a production of my play, La Mouche, which was performed by Grinnell College in Grinnell, Iowa. As the student director Michael Kelley emailed me after the performance — “It was a big campus success, and we… Continue Reading
Approved scenes from Home of the Great Pecan will be performed in The Alexander Playhouse Eastern Cape High School Drama Festival in East London, South Africa as an entry from Selborne Primary and Selborne College in June, 2013.
My new one-act, Jubilation, Mississippi, will be presented in May, 2011 at The Drilling Company. The whole evening is entitled Happiness. My piece is an ode to the tv series Twilight Zone. I’m acting in the evening too! Read Jubilation, Mississippi… Continue Reading
Just got the word that my ten-minute one-act, Hole, will be published by Smith and Kraus next year. [Update: you can buy this play and other short plays here.]
My new one-act, Hole, will be presented in May at The Drilling Company. My piece is directed by David Marantz. The whole evening is entitled Faith. [Update: you can buy this play and other short plays here.]
My new one-act, God’s Signature, will be produced in The Drilling Company’s May (2007) Justice show at 78th Street Theatre Lab. Go to The Drilling Company website for the exact dates and times. Runs May 9th – May 27th.
The Proposal got a nice review at NYTheatre.com: Michael Criscuolo · June 16, 2006 “The most successful works here are the simplest. Brian Dykstra’s Bells and Whistles and Stephen Bittrich’s The Proposal couldn’t be more different story-wise, but both have… Continue Reading