Well, my full-length comedy, Home of the Great Pecan, has officially opened as part of this season’s offerings at Chester Theatre Group in Chester, New Jersey. (Along with amazing plays like King Lear and The Bald Soprano this season!) And… Continue Reading
My full-length Texas farce, Home of the Great Pecan will be presented this season at Chester Theatre Group in Chester, New Jersey. I’m honored to be part of a season which also included King Lear and The Bald Soprano. The dates are April 26th through May 12th, 2019. Looks… Continue Reading
My play, Home of the Great Pecan, was performed for a whopping 16 performances at Actor’s Collaborative Theater in Elkhorn, Kentucky this summer. And while I was not able to attend the production, it sure looked like they had a… Continue Reading
My full-length Texas comedy, HOME OF THE GREAT PECAN, is now up on the Broadway Play Publishing website. The book will be ready soon, but the pdf is available, and the play is available for licensing. The play already booked… Continue Reading
My play, Home of the Great Pecan, received a great notice in the CVIndependent.com for the West Coast Premiere in Joshua Tree, California. Playing now until July 13th at the Hi-Desert Cultural Center in Joshua Tree: by Valerie-Jean Hume, July… 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.
Catch My Show! My play Home of the Great Pecan is opening tonight at the Hi-Desert Cultural Center in Joshua Tree, California. This fun comedy can be described as Greater Tuna meets Plan 9 From Outer Space!
My play, Home of the Great Pecan, just got published on Indie Theatre Now. And 2 scenes and one monologue from the same play will be published next year by Smith and Kraus in The Best Women’s Stage Monologues and… Continue Reading
The Drilling Company will be extending my comedy, Home of the Great Pecan, January 20th – February 6th, 2011, Thursdays through Saturdays @ 8 PM and Sundays @ 3 PM. Directed by Hamilton Clancy.