Even more than Victorian history, the world of BRASS is inspired by the fiction of the 19th and early 20th century. Literary creations like the Phantom of the Opera and Sherlock Holmes rub shoulders with Tesla and Oscar Wilde in our story, creating a mash-up of fiction, history and alternative history which samples from each. This period was the flowering … Read More
Ponder and Cyril have a conversation, unwanted guests are rather insistent, and Lord Whitestone performs an aeronautical feat.
One of the iconic images of Steampunk is the dirigible airship, either rigid (a zeppelin), rounded (a blimp) or some imaginative variant. Along with top hats and corsets, these inflatable aircraft are part of the basic vocabulary of alternative 19th centuries—and that includes in BRASS, where the family returns to London in Episode 1 aboard such a ship, and are … Read More
The enemies are at the door, and Gwendolyn and Cyril make a trip across the street as things get stickier.
Lord Brass sends a distress call out through unconventional means, and Ponder Wright hears it.
The assault on the Brass home begins, and Mrs. Drake handles a difficult situation adroitly.
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
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