Constant State of Panic is continuing to run in DC, and I keep receiving good reports. I already miss being able to see the show every night. I'm still digesting my notes from the show, trying to figure what sorts of rewrites I want to do on the script as I look forward.
And Recognition is still running in Pick of the Vine in San Pedro, California. I've had some nice feedback from them, too. (We've made people cry, which is always a good sign.)
Lots and lots going on here this week. On Monday, I'm leading another Playwriting in 3D workshop here in Boston, at the Charlestown Working Theatres, from 6-9pm. If you're around, don't miss it. We'll have a lively discussion with costume and set designers about new plays.
I'm still hard at work on my new novels (among other things). Today, I'm sending off the start of my new middle grade novel to a fun contest at kidlit.com, where agent Mary Cole at the Andrea Brown Agency looks at the first 500 words of a whole bunch of manuscripts. (I'll be she'll get hundreds and hundreds.) Hers is a blog definitely worth reading if you're writing for kids.