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Recently, I had the great pleasure of being a small part of a short play festival here in the Boston area. The Theatre@First crew staged a set of works with the theme “Fractured Fairy Tales”, and were kind enough to include a bit of silliness that Jenn Dlugos and I wrote concerning a certain pair of Bavarian children lost in the Black Forest.
Or, we decided, in the Boston Common. Because “write what you know”, liebchen, ja?
I got to watch the show a couple of times during their run, and they’re all fantastic. And while the live production is over, there’s a YouTube playlist with many of the plays available for your personal viewing pleasure. That includes our Hansel and Gretel entry, which is also uber-conveniently located just below. Gutentag!Permalink | No Comments