Encore performance? That’s right! This coming Wednesday, Dec. 18, at 6:30pm, we’re adding one last showing of The Return of Ben Morgenstern at the Wesleyan Church in Salem!
It’s dress rehearsal week! I can hardly believe The Return of Ben Morgenstern premieres in just FOUR DAYS. The cast and crew have done incredible work over the past months, and we’re so excited to share this drama with you!
I recently shared some tidbits about my new Christmas drama, The Return of Ben Morgenstern, and today I get to share a little more!
Our premiere performance is less than a month away (December 8), and rehearsals are getting lively.
Hm. How have I not posted since the 8th? This seems to be an October trend for me. Last year too I missed two blogposts in a row in October. Not sure what’s up with that—maybe a coincidence, or maybe in October I’m just braindead after writing a new Christmas play?
August always feels like a weird month (as I’ve said before, last year at this time). Not bad weird, just different. It’s an in-between month.
July 9th has finally arrived, and that means Mr. Masters’ Absence releases today!! I’ve been waiting for weeks to tell you what this new script is all about, and I’m so excited to be able to share at last.
We are throwing a party this weekend because today, July 6, is Kittywham Productions’s birthday! We founded the company exactly four years ago, and what a journey those four years have been.
The title says it. We’re finally taking the plunge and venturing into the realm of YouTube so we can more easily share videos with you guys. This is a brand new platform for us—literally, our channel is a few days old—and we’ve only uploaded a few videos so far, but stay tuned for more!
So there’s this project I’ve been working on for a while…and today I get to share with you what it is!
We have a new script coming out in four weeks! The official release date is July 9, when it’ll become available for purchase in the online shop.
“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.