My play It Started With an Allergy, which I last performed at the Edmonton Fringe in 2015, is getting a production via Zoom! Spoonie Theatre in Ocean, NY, USA, will be doing the show this fall. Stay tuned…
Sad news: the production of Alex and Michael Hannah has been cancelled.
We encourage everyone who’s been following pre-production to support all artists who’ve been badly affected by the Pandemic — see their videos, listen to their podcasts, and when this over, go go GO to as much live theatre as you possibly can.
THANK YOU to everyone who has donated on FB and bought tickets to the Paint Nite fundraiser. We hope you’ll be happy with the decision to donate those funds on to The Edmonton Food Bank. So many people have lost their jobs and are in need to help right now, and since the show can’t go on, it seems appropriate to pass on your generosity to others.
Playwright Heather continues to work on the script for Alex and Michael and Hannah, and hopefully, one day, you WILL see it onstage.
Take a Bite Productions invites incredible stage managers in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada to submit CVs for the world premiere production of Alex and Michael and Hannah, to appear at the Edmonton Fringe, August 13-23, 2020. Position is PAID. **Contingency plans to perform the show virtually should the Fringe be cancelled are afoot.**
Please send inquiries to Heather Morrow, email@example.com by April 17, 2020.
Charming, dependable Alex resists asking out Hannah for weeks, certain he’ll only hurt her. Hannah is so stunned to be asked out at all she assumes Alex has made a mistake. And Michael says he’s only after a good time, but finds himself becoming the lover and best friend of them both. A threesome's love story about self-doubt, society’s perceptions, and arguing over lunch.
Like many events, our Paint Nite fundraiser for Alex and Michael and Hannah at The Billiard Club has had to be postponed indefinitely. The company which arranged the event will reassess the COVID-19 situation on March 27. We’ll inform ticket holders of what comes next as soon as we know.
A short film script I wrote was recognized as a semi-finalist by the Comox Valley International Screenwriting Festival! It’s called Nowhere Normal and, after this, I’ve decided to push on with the script as an upcoming project.
Playwright Heather has branched out into short film again! Below is her entry to the Edmonton Short Film Festival‘s 48-Hour Mobile Film Challenge. Watch, like, and then tune in for the awards presentation tomorrow night at 7 pm on Facebook!