Another Mother World Premiere in August

​ My play, Another Mother, will have its world premiere at the 2017 Essential Theatre Festival, which starts July 28. My play premieres August 4, at the West End Performing Arts Center, directed by Peter Hardy. Another Mother tells the story of Genevieve Duchard, a young woman who learns that the circumstances of her birth … Continue reading Another Mother World Premiere in August

Killing Babies now Available

Sometimes, in writing, things need to get cut. My latest collection of essays entitled Killing Babies, is now available for purchase from online bookstores in print, and Kindle format from Amazon. Purchase the print version from Amazon and download the Kindle version for free. These essays originated on this blog in their earliest forms, but … Continue reading Killing Babies now Available

Reflections on the Child Snatcher: Serial Blackface and the Atlanta Child Murders

   I had the opportunity to see Serial Blackface, a world premiere play by Janine Nabers, at Actor's Express in Atlanta on Wednesday, 6 April. Serial Blackface is about the struggles of a low income mother and daughter dealing with the disappearance of a younger son, set against the backdrop of what has become known … Continue reading Reflections on the Child Snatcher: Serial Blackface and the Atlanta Child Murders

The Cheese Toast Project Now Available!

My collection of essays, The Cheese Toast Project (ISBN: 978-0-9848913-4-4), is now available in print at online booksellers, and in print and Kindle versions at Amazon.com. The essays are about family, writing, music, drama, religion, politics, and history. Early drafts appeared on my blog, Raised by Wolves and have since been revised and expanded.  

Guidelines for Writing, First Draft 

   I have recently been considering a set of guidelines for writers and have come up with an initial set of principles, listed below. These are by no means comprehensive and will continue to expand and evolve as time goes on, but provide a basis for further discussion. I welcome comments, inquiries, and constructive criticism. … Continue reading Guidelines for Writing, First Draft 

Not a Love Song: The Tragedy of Juliet

Shakespeare's best known tragedy is the story of two star-crossed lovers, who, in death, end their families' conflict. Despite being hailed as a great romance, Romeo and Juliet is, in no way, a love story, but very much about individual responsibility and the consequences of making decisions in the heat of passion. Romeo is very … Continue reading Not a Love Song: The Tragedy of Juliet

A Streetcar Named Delusion 

Note: This article has been updated and expanded in my essay collection The Cheese Toast Project, available in print from online bookstores, and in print and Kindle at Amazon. A Streetcar Named Desire is heralded as one of the greatest theatrical works of the twentieth century and is one of the best known and most … Continue reading A Streetcar Named Delusion 

Minds of Their Own

Many years ago, when I was in high school, I saw a film talking about Ibsen's A Doll's House, which contained a quote from Ibsen on why Nora leaves at the end. While I don't recall the exact quote, he essentially said that once he knew the character, he knew leaving was her only course … Continue reading Minds of Their Own

Round & Round by G. M. Lupo at Fringe Festival Atlanta 2015

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

Atlanta Street Scenes, L5P, 2 April 2015

I had the good fortune to be invited to a preview of The Fern Theatre Company's production of Theroun Patterson's The Wilderness, which runs April 3-19 at 7 Stages. While in L5P, I took the opportunity to snap some more photos of some of the murals around the area. Most of these are in the … Continue reading Atlanta Street Scenes, L5P, 2 April 2015