More Kentucky Press as Edith Enters It’s Final Week

27 Mar

Teresa Avia Lim as Edith in Edith Can Shoot Things and Hit Them. Photo by Michael Brosilow.

Edith Can Shoot Things and Hit Them is in it’s final week at The Actors Theatre of Louisville, as is the rest of the Humana Festival of New American Plays. The final four performances are tonight, Wednesday, and a matinee and evening show next Saturday. Click here for tickets!

My deepest thanks and gratitude goes out to all of those people who already saw it, who traveled great distance to see it, and who saw it multiple times. The fact that people are so excited about the work we’ve done has sent me over the moon.

In the same vein as reactions, here are two more related press bits to get the rest of you to go, go, go! First is a piece from The Courier-Journal about influences on my writing (with a good bit of focus on Edith, specifically). The second is another positive blog write-up.

Influences – A. Rey Pamatmat, playwright (The Courier-Journal, March 27, 2011)

Oh, the Humanaty (Stage Left, March 23, 2011)

One thing to note in the Courier-Journal piece is that, as of this writing, it makes a few eensy-weensy mistakes. L. Frank Baum only wrote 14 Oz books. When I said that I’d read 28, I actually meant 28 Oz books between Baum, Ruth Plumly Thompson, and John R. Neill. She also writes “instants” in the first line when it should say “instances.” I’ll send them a little note asking them to clarify those bits.

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