In last year’s poll, many of you expressed interest in hearing more book recommendations, and my April post about What I’d Been Reading for the first three months of 2019 was received well. So, I’ve decided tentatively to install a regular post where I’ll share with you my thoughts on the books I’ve read each month (and the music I’ve listened to—keep reading!).
“Is there a place online where we can watch performances of your plays?”
After getting this question several times at conventions this year, I figured it was time to create an easy answer.
We are here at the Interchurch Holiness Convention today through Thursday and the Ohio Homeschool Convention in Cincinnati Thursday through Saturday! Here at IHC, Kittywham is at Booth 52, and we’d love to see you! You can browse our scripts (we have fourteen available now, from contemporary Christmas dramas to Bible story retellings!), and we […]
You know what my favorite part of being a playwright is? It’s actually when the script is out of my hands and in the care of a drama team. Especially a team of teenagers, who bring the story to life with care and energy and conviction.
I love siblings. Especially this one. She’s the best. (The one on the left.)
Siblings are also some of my favorite kinds of people to imagine.
I think spring just sprang. (Finally!) I love my cardigans and fuzzy socks, but at the moment I’m all in for this change of season. Bring on the warm afternoons, the green rains, and all the breezes, blooms, and birdsongs! Now that April has arrived, I’ve come to the reluctant realization that a quarter of […]
This is the week! On Thursday we’re heading west to St. Charles, Missouri, for our first convention of the year. We’ll have our booth set up in the exhibit hall from Thursday at 5pm until Saturday at 6pm, so come by and see us at Booth 707! Rachelle will also be speaking at 11:45 on […]
White sheets for snow, Christmas tree skirts for capes, a tent for a cave. The White Witch in a wedding dress, and a three-year-old Aslan in a lion suit.
I was reminiscing last week as I rewatched video recordings of some of the first plays I ever acted in.
I’m in the thick of multiple writing projects this week, so instead of doing a proper blogpost myself today, I thought I’d share with you some blogs (and books) that I read. Some of these I first encountered years ago, others within the last few months. But each of these websites, curricula, or writing craft […]
I am excited about this (in case you can’t already tell from the exclamation marks in the title).
Like in 2018, Kittywham Productions is traveling to three conventions this year, but unlike last year, I’ll be speaking at two of them this time!