In August when I began brainstorming this year’s Christmas play, I wanted to write a story in a modern setting. I’d written historical dramas for the past couple years so I thought I’d switch things up this year.
I tried—tried hard!—to brainstorm a drama set in the 21st century. But nothing worked.
I am delighted to share that I recently finished writing my newest Christmas drama, and we’ve started rehearsals for the premiere performance this December!
This year’s Christmas play is titled The Fontanelle House.
Today is a special date here at Kittywham Productions…. It’s our company birthday! In fact, this year marks our “golden birthday”—we’re celebrating six years of Kittywham Productions on the 6th of July!
To mark the occasion, we’re hosting a 24-hour sale on all of the skits we currently offer in our online shop!
Back in January, we did a Q&A session with the whole cast of my WW2 drama As Ever, Sam. It’s taken me a while to get to it, but this month I’ve finally been turning that Q&A recording into a series of YouTube videos!
Today I am thrilled to announce the release of Hadassah, a new One-Act Play!
This script is special to me. The play has three characters (all female) and consists of three brief scenes (totalling about 10 minutes in performance), but in a little time it packs a big punch.
Convention season is upon us! We at Kittywham Productions are super excited, especially since all our conventions last year were cancelled thanks to coronavirus. And while things may look different this year than ever before, we are just grateful that conventions are actually happening.
It’s now a tradition. After my birthday in late January, it’s become A Thing for me to share a blogpost about stuff I learned (or experienced or tried for the first time) over the previous year. I hope you enjoy this year’s!
We just uploaded a new video to YouTube! The highlights of 2020 for Kittywham Productions: performances, publications, and much more. We hope you enjoy this recap of the past year!
Thank you to all who watched yesterday’s premiere of As Ever, Sam! For those who weren’t available to tune in yesterday, we’ll be livestreaming again when we perform the drama this Tuesday and Wednesday evening at 6:30pm (Central Time). The livestream recordings will also remain available on Facebook and YouTube for the whole month of December…
Our premiere performance of my new Christmas drama, As Ever, Sam, is about to go live! Today at 4:00pm (Central Time) you can watch the drama in real-time on Facebook or on YouTube, whichever is easier for you. The livestream is linked below: