Group alumnus J.D. Eames’s play, Do Geese See God, has been selected for Boomerang Theatre’s First Flight reading series.
When: 7pm, Sun, March 28, 2010
Where: ART/NY, 520 Eighth Avenue, 3rd floor, New York
We know this wonderful play very well! Do Geese See God was workshopped here at the Monday Night Group.
Former Monday Nighter, J.D. Eames, has won the Lambda Players “Best Original Lesbian-Themed Play” competition. The prize boasts $1,000 to the playwright, and a production of her play, Do Geese See God.
J.D. says, “I’m particularly indebted to The Monday Night Group for their support, as they unfailingly listened to iteration upon iteration upon iteration of the ‘backwards’ play.”
Lambda Players’ production of Do Geese See God opens February 20, 2009 in Sacramento, CA.
Don’t miss it!
We say a fond farewell to J.D.
She really did leave us
and move to Louisville, Kentucky. Who knew?
You can keep track of J.D. on her website: www.jdeames.com
We miss her!
The Monday Night Tuesday March 13 evening has been canceled.
This summer, we’ll be saying au revoir to J.D. Eames. She says she’s moving, but we’ll believe it when we see it. She’ll miss us. Yes, indeed. You can keep up with her whereabouts via her website.
Next up for our Tuesday series on April 10, 8pm will be an evening with Margery Kreitman. Stay tuned for more details!
And don’t forget to check out Fresh New Works Sunday, March 11. Lee Brady is always present in some form or another. This month as director and writer. Also directing, are Jeff Carter and Margery Kreitman.
Diversionary Theatre’s Queer Theatre – Taking Center Stage
Do Geese See God
by J.D. Eames
Directed by Esther Emery
February 24-26, 2007: Saturday at 8:00pm, Sunday at 2:00pm, Monday at 7:30pm
4545 Park Boulevard #101
San Diego, California 92116
A lexicographer’s life is all about the words, until she’s hit by lightning and left with a speech impairment. Her recovery forces her to develop a new relationship with words, lovers and friends.
Tickets are $12.00 general admission. Tickets for Saturday, February 24 are $15/$12, and include a reception following the reading. Advance tickets are available through the Box Office at 619.220.0097.
Tired, weary and leery of Holiday themed performances? Exercise your sense of humor, challenge your mind and refresh your spirit.Meet Kris Kringle’s parents, Edith and Don. Ride a dark train into the past of a fading Hollywood legend. Take a long walk on a bridge. Come and experience the life that simmers just below all that holiday tinsel…
Lee Brady, Jeff Carter, J.D. Eames,
Margery Kreitman, John Robinson
Jeff Carter, John Robinson and Fred Hartman
Priscilla Alden*, Susan Allen, Jeff Carter, Don Cross*, Russ Davison,
Marion Dunham, Paul Gerrior, Dana Kelly*,
Carole Landes, Deborah Lynne Lombardo, and Robin Schild.
*Courtesy of Actors Equity
Tues, Dec. 12th, 8:00PM
1062 Valencia Street (between 21st and 22nd)
Five dollar donation requested – no reservations.
A fourth generation San Franciscan, J.D. Eames is a descendant of James P. Casey who was hung by the Vigilantes of 1856. She writes plays about choice and transformation.
Using the Door was a semi-finalist for the 2003 New Century Writing Award. J.D.’s short play, Intimate ASCII was published in The Book of Estrogenius 2002, and in Healthy Primates and Other Plays (A Collection of Plays from the New Playwrights Development Workshop). Excess Baggage will be published in the upcoming NPDW anthology, The Hollow.
Her latest play, Living in the Twilight With Our Three Selves, is a story about love and hope at the end of the world.
J.D. has written three screenplays. The Zeus Club, was a semi-finalist for the 2004 Page Awards.
A member of the Dramatist Guild, and since 2003 a member of The Monday Night Group.
She had to travel all the way to Alaska to meet Lee Brady.
J.D. has her own Website, too.
One night only, script in hand readings of new plays
The Marsh Theatre
Tues, Oct 17, 2006, 8pm:
Tues, Nov 14, 2006, 8pm:
Tues, Dec 12, 2006 8pm:
An evening of shorts by Brady, Carter, Eames, Kreitman, Robinson and Rutherford
Tues, Jan 9, 2007, 8pm:
Tues, Feb 20, 2007, 8pm:
Tues, Mar 13, 2007, 8pm:
Tues, Apr 10, 2007, 8pm: