One year ago today, the incomparable Mr Simon Josiffe and I put on our first rehearsed reading. We’d found a small fringe theatre in London that we could hire for the day relatively cheaply and bribed a bunch of actors with the promise of sandwiches and biscuits. A rehearsed reading is a really back to basics affair with no set, props, or costume – the actors meet to go through the material a couple of times but they perform, sitting or standing, with the scripts in their hands.Continue reading “Rehearsed Readings”
Not long after I’d started taking this writing malarkey seriously, the opportunity came up to go on a script writing retreat. A whole week away to write in a nice house with some other writers and an editor on hand to chat to? Sounded great so I signed up.Continue reading “Retreating to Write”
Hello, Debs again. Just wanted to tell you a bit about my next rehearsed reading (also on the bill is the utterly fab Mr Simon Josiffe) which is happening on 25th April in Blackwell’s Bookshop, Oxford – and why this one is an extra big deal for yours truly.Continue reading ““Faery Lands” at Blackwell’s Oxford”
Hello, Debs here! Thought I’d do you a blog as I’ve just completed my second 28 Plays Later challenge which means that during February this year I wrote, well, 28 Plays.
I suppose the most obvious response to this information would be to ask “why?” – a question I asked myself on several occasions during the challenge whilst hunched over my laptop at odd times of night, furiously typing away at that day’s play.Continue reading “28 Plays Later”