Pause-Déjeuner

Among the many kind and supportive folks came out for the recent world premiere of my solo show, Les filles du QUOI?, were members of the Alliance Française of the Lake Champlain Region (AFLCR). The Alliance provides an important resource and gathering place for French-speakers and francophiles in our region, where French-Canadian cultural organizations have … More Pause-Déjeuner

Merci, Montpelier!

My profound thanks to everyone who came out for the world premiere production of my solo show, Les filles du QUOI? It was a tremendous gift, after years of pandemic postponements, to finally share this work with so many warm and responsive audiences, to live inside this show for a few weeks, and to celebrate … More Merci, Montpelier!

The Buzz

Have you bought your tickets yet? The world premiere of Les filles du QUOI? is just days away, and you can be with us in person at Montpelier, Vermont’s Lost Nation Theater or on-line! My thanks to Mary Gow of the Barre-Montpelier Times Argus for covering the show (and to Jeb Wallace-Brodeur for the great … More The Buzz

Résonance News

Over the summer, I joined the editorial board of Résonance, an on-line literary journal founded by a contingent of Franco-American writers from New England in order to create a gathering space for work by and about Franco-American communities of the United States. Founding Drama Editor, the late Franco playwright, Gregoire Chabot, explained the journal’s mission … More Résonance News

Sam & Jim in Hell

Samuel Beckett and James Joyce, two of Ireland’s literary giants, meet on a bridge, overlooking a river that might be the River Liffey, in a place that resembles Dublin — but might it be Hell? The possibility that they’re dead is just one of the questions the two entertain as they wait for — what … More Sam & Jim in Hell