The Fontanelle House premieres TODAY, Sunday, December 12th, at 4pm Central! You can watch the live-streamed performance online on the Kittywham Productions YouTube channel, at this link.
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!
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…
I told you back in January this would be an exciting year for Kittywham! Of the many projects I’ve been working on this spring, making DVD recordings of past productions has been one of my top priorities, and it’s been a ton of fun.
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!
Four years ago today, we published our very first script, Rejected: The Inside Story. To this day, it’s still our best-selling play (although our skit Just Ask Pastor!, released last September, has been giving it a run for its money lately).
“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.
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.
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.