Hey there, friends — I’m honored to be a part of this year’s Humana Festival of New American Plays at Actors Theatre of Louisville!
I’m working on the Anthology Project, an evening of short plays performed by ATL’s stellar Apprentice Company. The theme of the show? FOOD. Yes, FOOD — everyone’s favorite subject. Seriously, this is the best subject for anything, ever. From now on, I only write about food exclusively.
I’m elated to be working with our good friends Carson Kreitzer, Steve Moulds, Tanya Saracho and Matt Schatz — all outstanding individuals! If time allows, I may also be writing a few blogs about the process too. We’re having a lot of fun writing this show, so I hope to see you there!
Bingham Theatre, Actors Theatre of Louisville
by Michael Golamco, Carson Kreitzer, Steve Moulds, Tanya Saracho and Matt Schatz
directed by Amy Attaway
co-conceived and developed with Sarah Lunnie
[A] fresh, moving take on conflicted cultural identity… Golamco writes with insight and compassion.
Subtle and engrossing… Director David Rose meticulously charts its shifting shades of feeling. [Critic’s Pick!]
Extraordinarily perceptive… Humor packed with electric direction and a remarkable cast.
Brilliantly directed… A tender story filled with beautifully calibrated, incendiary performances. [GO!]
Superb… Every bit as entertaining as it is dramatic and thought-provoking.
Simply great theatre… Full of endearing, likeable characters and a sweet story, Year Zero is a simply marvelous play.
Please spread the word, and I’ll see you all there.
Opens June 4th, runs through July 3rd
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Yes yes, Year Zero and Cowboy Versus Samurai are being published by the world’s favorite one hundred and eighty year-old purveyor of plays, Samuel French. “He Deals In Plays”, as they say. So actors’ editions, licensing, and all that good stuff are now available from Mr. French, the top-hatted one himself.