BRASS Episode 8: Untimely Discoveries

Cyril witnesses an unusual audition and Gwendolyn gets a tour of the back rooms of the Blackfire Club. Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Android | RSS

BRASS Episode 6: Behind the Curtain

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Cyril is taken to the world of the theatre and meets Oscar Wilde, while a conversation takes place in a pitch-dark room. Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Android | RSS

BRASS Episode 5: The Teachable Ape

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Gwendolyn and Lord Whitestone have a conversation in an unconventional location, and Lord Brass receives a friend in his laboratory. Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Android | RSS

BRASS Episode 2: Unavoidable Delays

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The Brass Family’s return to London turns out to be a bit of a sticky wicket, due to some trouble with an ambush. Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Android | RSS

BRASS Episode One: Arrivals

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In the first of this original alternative history series, the Brass Family, a quartet of Victorian science geniuses, return to London after years abroad, little suspecting that a sinister conspiracy plots against them. Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Android | RSS

BRASS: Lair of the Red Widow is now on IndieGoGo

We are live on IndieGoGo! Help us raise $10k to film our short action film, Lair of the Red Widow, to fill out our triple platform production of Brass: First Family of the Realm. We are so excited for your support in bringing this story to you.

The Statistician

Not much that’s creative or interesting ever comes out of an argument on Facebook. But “The Statistician” did. Along with several dozen other Seattle playwrights I was invited back in late spring to come up with a pair of One Minute Plays for a Festival at ACT Theatre. The producers had told us the theme was simple: whatever was foremost … Read More