Hi Donna, you're welcome, and thank you for your interest in my plays!
I sometimes ask my 'new' friends here, if they know of any amateur dramatic societies, (or they have friends involved in such) and whether they would be kind enough to enquire, on my behalf, if their friends might be interested in having an opportunity to at least read some of my work?
I would be so very grateful, if you would consider this request of mine!! I know I'm being cheeky asking... ;)
I see that you like screwball comedy, my Holmes plays are very much influenced by all types of comedy, from the days of the early comedians as mentioned in my main page bit!
I look forward to many conversations. Take care Donna, till next time...
Just got you comment about recovering from a chipped ankle. Well I'll be limping around Alaska in a similar condition. I badly sprained my ankle about 15 days ago. It's getting better, but there's not a lot of high heels or hiking in my plans.
Hi Donna, I'm with you on Charles WIlleford -- there's a new imprint here in the US that's done a handsome series of reprints (collect 'em all!). But if you like dark and twisted, have you read Robert WIlson? The West Africa series in particular are a hoot.
how have you been? texas seems like a lifetime away. i still have birthday cake stains on my t-shirt. not sure what to do with all these buttons and directions but i'll attempt to allow you to be my friend. keep in touch. cc
Hi Donna - I noticed your quotes and opinions keep showing up on various pages here - you seem to have amazing energy! Maybe it's all that oppression (mentioned below?) We're thrilled you're coming to B'con-Anchorage.
Hi, Donna! It's great to meet you! Not only do we have film noir and other classics in common, but also a disenchantment with Nancy Drew (though I'll always love her for introducing me to mystery at the tender age of 7). I'm with you--I'll take the roadster and throw Ned Nickerson out at the first intersection.
Since Eddie Muller is a favorite of yours, I hope you can make it out to the Noir City film festival some January. I buy a pass every year--a great event, and Eddie is the best of host (and nicest of guys).
Speaking of classic film, have you ever seen "I Know Where I'm Going?" One of these days I'll get to the very north of Scotland and see where it was filmed. A great movie.