September 9, 2018, 1 to 5 PM
Join Micki at "The Natural Women" celebration at
The Highland Center for Natural History, Prescott
"If the Woods Had Words"
Take an easy half-hour stroll along the garden path with writer and playwright, Micki Shelton. See nature's wonders through the eyes of a poet.
July and August 2018
Herberger Theater Center's Kax Stage
Live in Phoenix? Traveling to the Science Museum or for work? For $7, you can watch 5 short plays on your lunch break! The theme this month is "Life in the Theatre." Bring your lunch or pre-order it from the theater's caterer. Work downtown? You'd be crazy to miss this!
Here's the line-up.
The Story Tellers by Susan Sindelar
Alas Poor Fool by Terry Rose Younger & Mary Robinson
Intermission by Joe Bardin
Amici Recast by Micki Shelton
Marketing Committee by Joe Bardin
One evening show. See you there! July 23rd at 7PM.
Theatre Artists Studio
June 14 - 24, 2018
Festival of Summer Shorts
For the second year in a row, I have a play in Theatre Artists Studio's Festival of Summer Shorts. My play Jitterbug first written for the 2016 One-Day Plays in Prescott, was selected to be included along with 7 other 10-minute plays by some of Arizona's finest playwrights, including Kirt Shineman, Debra Rich Gettleman, and Alan Austin. I'm honored. Mark your calendars. The show runs for just two weekends. Tickets available online or by calling the studio.
Thursdays thru Saturdays 7:30 PM
Sunday Matinees 2 PM
June 13, 2018, 3:30 - 5:00 PM
Name that film!
Yavapai College, Building 3, Room 119
A Few Good Lines is coming, for free, to the Prescott Film Festival at Yavapai College on the afternoon of June 13th. This delightful production features JC Lawler and Paige LaForte and is directed by Patrick David DuHaime who employs special effects to bring my play to life. Heck, if you live in The Valley, why not escape the heat and come enjoy the whole film festival? Check out the whole program here.
How often do you reply in conversation with a line from a movie? “Here’s lookin’ at you kid,” “I’ve a feeling we’re not in Kansas anymore,” or maybe “Do. Or do not. There is no try.” Mary and Peter are writing a screenplay. And all Peter does is "stir the tanks" when what the @$#%&? Suddenly, the only words coming out of their mouths are lines from classic movies. During the play those who wish to get a chance to identify movies from which the lines are taken. Those who identify the most lines get a prize!