Here’s my latest on the state of theatre and the world (and everything in-between!)

While it’s not a daily thing, I hope like the rest of my writing it keeps you interested.

31/01/2013: The first blog for 2013, and here’s something to write about:  I’ve uploaded three new one act plays: The Butterflies Are Sleeping, Skin, and The Glenfiddich Solution.  Three new plays that should provide companies and their actors and directors with plenty of meat for unforgettable performances, either at home seasons or on the one-act play festival circuit.

Don’t forget, that for the month of February, 2013, as an opening offer, it’s 10% off the total performance fee.  Doesn’t get much better than that.

A reminder, too, that Alex Broun, Australia’s King of the Ten Minute Play, is going pro in June, so for all your 10-minute play needs (that can’t be met here at!) check out his site at

08/11/2012: Finally November is here, the year is almost over.  You know it’s almost over because people remind you it’s only 6 weeks to Christmas.  From a writing point of view it’s been a satisfying year, seeing Fig Jam produced by Pop Culture Theatre, and my plays I Hate ABBA, Son of the Revolution, and The People of the Paparazzi winning competitions.  In addition, I’ve finished four new plays which I look forward to showcasing in 2013.