Raised by Wolves Productions will be presenting Round and Round, a one-act play by G. M. Lupo at Fringe Festival Atlanta 2015. Location and showtimes: The International Montessori Academy, 1240 Euclid Ave. in Little Five Points Atlanta, GA. Thursday, June 4th at 8:00 PM Friday, June 5th at 9:30 PM Saturday, June 6th at 3:30 PM … Continue reading Round & Round by G. M. Lupo at Fringe Festival Atlanta 2015
Freedom and Consequence is now available in Kindle format! Fifteen stories about people facing difficult choices or dealing with the consequences of choices made. Just as every action has a reaction, every decision has a consequence. How will these people deal with those consequences. Available in paperback, Kindle, and as a Kindle Matchbook selection!
As a child growing up in the Methodist Church, I learned about Samson, the legendary strongman from Judges, in Sunday School. This Biblical hero looms large in the imagination of believers and non-believers alike both for his strength and his amazing head of hair. What I learned then is that he was really strong, devoted … Continue reading Real Bible Studies: Samson
The problem with rapid advances in society and technology is that often we're so concerned with answering the question, can we, that we forget to ask, should we. This question is much more difficult to answer, and in the rush to develop the next big breakthrough, people raising legitimate concerns are often drowned out in … Continue reading Kurt Vonnegut and Romanticism
The Atlanta Radio Theatre Company (ARTC) performed Continuance: Stories Not Yet Ended at the Academy Theatre in Hapeville, GA, March 28 & 29.The show was a benefit in memory of ARTC member Bill Kronick, and proceeds benefited the American Brain Tumor Association. I attended the Sunday performance. Special musical guest was local singer/songwriter Julie Gribble, … Continue reading ARTC, Academy Theatre, Hapeville, GA, 29 March 2015
Note: This article has been updated and expanded in my essay collection Words Words Words available in print from Amazon and Barnes and Noble. Laurence Olivier once referred to Hamlet as the story of a man who can't make up his mind. While there are elements of indecisiveness in Hamlet's actions, to say he can't … Continue reading Myths and Myth Making in Hamlet
Note: This article has been updated and expanded in my essay collection Words Words Words, available in print from Amazon and Barnes and Noble. Modern stage interpretations of Hamlet place a great deal of emphasis on the relationship between Hamlet and Ophelia, more so, perhaps, than Shakespeare himself intended. Some go so far as to place … Continue reading Ophelia and Hamlet
So far in Genesis, we've been following the adventures of Biblical patriarch Abraham, but now it's time to return to his ne'er do well nephew Lot. When last we looked in on Lot, he'd just been captured by one of the four powers who fought against a coalition of five nations led by the King … Continue reading Real Bible Studies: Sodom and Gomorrah
My play, Devil's Due, will be among those featured in Bewitching, at Lionheart Performing Arts Centre, in Norcross, GA, October 30-November 2. Shows are Thursday through Saturday at 7:30 p.m. and Sunday at 2:00 p.m. Tickets and information can be found at Lionheart Theatre's website.
Now through October 31, enter to win an autographed copy of The Long-Timer Chronicles: Crazy Like the Foxes, from Goodreads. Twenty copies are available. The giveaway runs until October 31, and winners will be announced early in November. Crazy Like the Foxes tells the story of Charles and Renee Fox, a married couple who have … Continue reading Enter to Win a copy of Crazy Like the Foxes!