Top O’ The Morning! – A 10 Minute Play

(This is a play I wrote for a short play festival about a year ago, it's based on an actual cafe in Santa Cruz that has since closed but had about five or six regular customers who went there every morning to discuss the issues of the day, trade stories, and add atmosphere to the … Continue reading Top O’ The Morning! – A 10 Minute Play

Hacks, A Short Play, To Be Performed Over Zoom Tonight

My short play Hacks, a story of two old Hollywood hack screenwriters, is going to be presented tonight over Zoom along with other short plays by the Wine Box Players. Showtime is on September 22 at 7:40PM EDT and will go until 10:30PM EDT, 4:40PM-7:30PM PDT, here's link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/3080641380 In Hacks, Nathanael and Herman come … Continue reading Hacks, A Short Play, To Be Performed Over Zoom Tonight

Last Performance of Electric Serenade Tomorrow!

Last of the six performances of my stage play Electric Serenade will be tomorrow Saturday afternoon at 2PM EDT. Venue is Theater for the New City at 155 1st Ave between 9th and 10th Streets in the East Village and part of their 2022 Dream Up Festival. Come by if you happen to be in … Continue reading Last Performance of Electric Serenade Tomorrow!

Coming Up: Electric Serenade

My two act comedy Electric Serenade that I posted about previously is moving ahead! One more performance was added so there will be six shows performed at Theater for the New City's 2022 Dream Up Festival from September 11 to September 17. Project now has a director, Laurence C. Schwartz, a veteran of the New … Continue reading Coming Up: Electric Serenade

Upcoming Stage Play Performance

My two act comedy Electric Serenade will be part of Theater for the New City's 2022 Dream Up Festival! The festival will be happening from August 28th to September 18th, and my play is tentatively scheduled for five performances during the final week from Sunday September 11th to Sunday September 17th. Right now I'm looking … Continue reading Upcoming Stage Play Performance

Upcoming Staged Readings

A short comedic play I wrote will be getting a staged reading along with five other short works on Friday June 24th at 7PM in New York City. The event is being produced by Julia Genoveva who was in my play Funhouse which was staged last April 2-3 by Manhattan Repertory Theatre (link here: https://robertkirkendall.com/2022/04/19/funhouse-one-act-comedy/Continue reading Upcoming Staged Readings

Funhouse – One Act Comedy

Here is the video of Funhouse that was also linked in my previous post, staged by Manhattan Repertory Theatre with three other one act plays at the Chain Theatre on W 36th St near 8th Ave. This is link to digital program. https://stagemag.broadwayworld.com/modern/THE-APRIL-EVENT-Manhattan-Rep-at-Chain-Theatre-7328 https://youtu.be/Epde3T5KQ7Y This was my first live production in New York and seeing … Continue reading Funhouse – One Act Comedy

This Weekend: Funhouse

Flying out to New York later today so I can see my one act comedy Funhouse performed this weekend by Manhattan Repertory Theatre. First time seeing my work performed in person in America's theater capitol and feeling very excited! Funhouse is about a couple that started dating and one of them is meeting the other's … Continue reading This Weekend: Funhouse

Funhouse – Playing April 2-3

My one act comedy Funhouse will be performed by the Manhattan Repertory Theatre on Saturday April 2 at 3PM and Sunday April 3 at 6:30PM at the Chain Theatre in midtown Manhattan with three other one act plays. The story of Funhouse is about a couple who recently started dating and he's taking her to … Continue reading Funhouse – Playing April 2-3

Funhouse – A One Act Play

A one act comedy I wrote titled Funhouse will be performed April 2 and April 3 by the Manhattan Repertory Theatre, an Off-Off Broadway company. The venue will be the Chain Theatre in midtown Manhattan, and this will be the first time since before the pandemic that something I wrote will be performed by real … Continue reading Funhouse – A One Act Play