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WRITING A NOVEL VS. WRITING A STAGE PLAY: A COMPARISON

As many of you know, I am primarily a playwright. I’ve written eleven plays and I plan to write several more. Three years ago, I put playwriting aside in order to concentrate on finishing my first novel.  I don’t mean to imply that it took me only three years to write the novel.  I wish! […]

Chicago is a terrific theatre town!

I had tried for several years to get a production of a play in that great theatre town, Chicago. I’ve had productions in New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Eureka!, Houston, Boca Raton, Grand Rapids, and in England and Toronto, as well as, of course San Diego. In August my play “The Bus Stops Here” […]

New Digs

I have made the gigantic leap from life in San Diego to life in Walnut Creek. The move was a difficult one on so many levels. It felt as if I were stepping off a precipice into the unknown. But the precipice turned out to be a gentle and beautiful step up.   After an […]

AGE MATTERS

Kay Baldwin is about to realize her dream of selling a screenplay–if only she were younger.

“News” in Spokane

My one-act comedy “News” was performed in the Corbin Players Potpourri of Plays at Corbin Senior Center in Spokane WA, November 4, 2016.

Now available on Amazon

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