Good luck (and break a leg) to everyone at The Bard’s Town Theatre in Louisville KY for opening night of the Ten-Tucky Festival of Ten Minute Plays that includes my play “PMA and the Beast” – the story of an existential camping trip gone slightly awry. If you liked “Squirrels in a Knothole” … you might like this one too!
“Sadie Cries” – another of the Sadie Stories – is live now at Cheap Pop; maybe someday I’ll put these all together in one collection.
Wishing all the best (and break the proverbial leg) to everyone at Artists’ Exchange in Cranston, RI during this last weekend of the One Act Play Festival. I know this has been a trying time for everyone involved in the production. I’m so honored to have “Three Sides” included in this fine lineup of plays. Support local theater!
The episode of the podcast Other People’s Flowers featuring my short story “Twenty Good Years” is live now. Spoiler alert: it’s not my voice – I only wish I could speak as eloquently.
My piece of flash, “Drunk,” is live now at Pretty Owl Poetry.
“Twenty Good Years” – another in my The Sadie Stories collection – is live now at Thoughtful Dog, including a brief Q&A with yours truly (and a picture of where I do most of my writing in the summer – at least until it gets too humid or the mosquitoes run me off). If listening is more your thing, this story will also be featured on an upcoming episode of the podcast Other People’s Flowers – I’ll post a link to that when it’s available.
For anyone in the South Lake Tahoe, CA area, my one-act play “Squirrels” premieres this weekend as part of It’s All Just An Act: Three One-Act Plays at the Duke Theatre on the campus of Lake Tahoe Community College.
My play, “Three Sides,” has been chosen for this year’s 13th Annual One Act Play Festival produced by Artist’s Exchange in Cranston, Rhode Island.
My short story – “Postcard” – is live now at Gremlin Creative. This is another of my Sadie Stories, and it makes me wish I was at Key West.
Just upgraded my site to remove those pesky ads – also changed the domain to http://www.peterjstavros.com, but the old WordPress domain will still get you there too. Ah technology.