Are We There Yet? is a roller coaster ride through the lives of modern American families. This merry musical romp includes everything from hysterical family car trips and mothers praying for hits at their sons’ baseball games, to fathers sitting through ballet lessons and the joy of sex after 60
Former beauty queen Ima Jean Walker has returned home after twenty years to win a local talent contest which she is sure is the necessary springboard to jump-start her long-delayed career in country music.
Drawing from his background a theater educator, director, and playwright residing in Williamsburg, VA; J. Harvey Stone's drama, Anthropology Lesson, begins in a classroom and tells the story of two men hiding their truth from their small Appalachian at the same time the gay rights movement begins in earnest at the Stonewall Riots in New York's Greenwich Village.
I rarely remember the exact moment I begin writing a play or novel. If you asked me to pinpoint the precise date I started scratching out a particular project, most of the time I’d shrug: “No idea.” But there’s one play for which I do know the inception date.
That play is The Bottle Tree, and the day I started writing it was Friday, December 14, 2012—the day of the tragedy at Sandy Hook Elementary in Newtown, Connecticut.