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Just A Note …

… to catch you up with what’s happening in my Writing Life.

In April of 2013, my play “Om Sweet Om” was produced in a festival at Secret Theatre, Long Island City, New York.  And it was one of the finalists!  ( A bit of trivia:  Long Island City is in New York City in the borough of Queens.  It’s not on Long Island.)

Also in April,  “Things That Go Hump in the Night” was produced and broadcast by Spokane Radio Theatre in Spokane Washington.  This is my second production by Spokane Radio Theatre.

“Strange Bedfellows”  had a 10 day run at InspiraTo Theatre in Toronto in May and June of this year.  Wish I could have gone to that one!   Still on the calendar for November is another production on Spokane Radio Theatre.  This time it’s “Tight Genes”.

And, of course, I’m still slogging away on my novel.  Thanks for all of your support!


“We do not write because we want to; we write because we have to.”

~W. Somerset Maugham 

About peggydougherty

Peggy Dougherty is an award winning playwright with more than thirty productions to her credit. Recent productions include Strange Bedfellows at InspiraTo Theatre, Toronto, Canada, May-June, 2013; Om Sweet Om at Secret Theatre, Long Island City, NY in April, 2013 where it was voted a finalist in the festival competition. Things That Go Hump in the Night was performed by Spokane Radio Theare on April 28, 2013. Other recent productions: Strange Bedfellows, at Bradley Playhouse, Putnam, CT, October 26-28, 2012; News, Spokane Radio Theatre, October 14, 2012; Don't Be Goin Deep at the Beckman Theatre, 314 West 54th St., New York City, March, 2012; and Anatomy of Temptation, Drury University, Springfield, MO, March, 2012 (Winner: Best Play). Peggy's other plays have been performed in New York City, San Diego, Houston, Los Angeles, Knutsford, England, and San Francisco. Peggy is a member of The Dramatists Guild of America, Inc., The Alliance of Los Angeles Playwrights, and Scripteasers, a script development group in San Diego. Peggy is currently working on her first novel.

One comment on “Just A Note …

  1. Nice blog. Looking forward to future updates!

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