Thursday, December 7, 2017


The Unitarian Universalist Meeting House of Chatham presents
Three short plays about prejudice, history, and family:

A Thing of Beauty

Sticks and Stones

Max’s Number

Written by Candace Perry

Directed by Bob Costa

Featuring Sallie Tighe, Cynthia Harrington, Racine Oxtoby, Brian Carlson,
Karen McPherson, John Dennis Anderson, Emily Nyerick, Bob Costa and June Douglas-White

Followed by a Meeting House Dialogue with
Playwright Candace Perry, Rev. Edmund Robinson, and the Cast

Friday/Saturday, January 19/20:  7:30 pm
Sunday, January 21:  2:00 pm

Unitarian Universalist Meeting House of Chatham
819 Main Street, Chatham

$10 suggested donation at the door or in advance by calling 508-945-2075 
The production is made possible with a generous grant from the Wequassett Resort and Golf Club.


Thursday, September 28, 2017


Thank you to everyone who contributed to the great success of  CALL HOME THE HEART:
Director Bob Costa, fantastic actors, emcee Ellen LeBow, tech Andrea Pluhar, the staff of Wellfleet Preservation Hall, and production guide Charles Thibodeau!

Sallie Tighe, Deborah Seavey and Madison Mayer in "A Thing of Beauty"

                  Dick Morrill and Deborah Williams in "Lost Causes"

Jon Kemp in "Lost Causes"

Dennis Cunningham and Cynthia Harrington in "Fragrant Phantom"

          Leanne McLaughlin in "Sorry"              
Cynthia Harrington and Dick Morrill in "Sorry"  

Bob Costa and Emily Nyerick in "Max's Number"

Sasha Curran and Dennis in "Sticks and Stones"
Dennis Cunningham and John Anderson in "Sticks and Stones"

Photos by Barbara Woodbury, Whosewoods Designs

Friday, April 28, 2017

MADE IN HEAVEN goes to Ireland!

Lia Monahan
Dolores Hughes
      MADE IN HEAVEN, my short play about true love in Heaven, has been selected to be performed in the International Dublin Gay Theatre Festival, May 8 - 13.  I'm thrilled to be going to Dublin to see the performance, co-produced by Provincetown Dramatic Arts and the Kinnerton Players of Dublin as part of "Love Trumps Everything".  MADE IN HEAVEN is directed by Maria Blaney and features the fabulous Irish actresses Lia Monahan and Dolores Hughes.  

Many thanks to all the supporters who helped make this production possible!

Tuesday, April 11, 2017


MADE IN HEAVEN, my play about being matched to your one true love when you go to Heaven (yes, that's how it works) will be on the stage again with the wonderful June Douglas-White and Mary Chris Kenney performing!  They're doing a staged reading benefit for the play on Saturday, April 22 at the WOMR Theater, 494 Commercial Street in Provincetown.  The benefit is to help take MADE IN HEAVEN to Ireland!  The play has been accepted by the International Dublin Gay Theatre Festival ( and will be performed May 8 - 14 by Irish actors.

June Douglas-White as Fay McBride is NOT happy with the match revealed in her heart box!

Mary Chris Kenney as Marie Louis Benson invites Miz McBride to "come on in and take a load off."

The April 22 benefit will also include a performance by Kathleen Warnock of her play, HOW TO GET MARRIED IN FIVE STEPS AND 17 YEARS.  Our plays are being produced as LOVE TRUMPS EVERYTHING:  TWO FROM PROVINCETOWN  by Margaret Van Sant's company, Provincetown Dramatic Arts.  In addition to the performances of the plays, the benefit will include musical theater and Irish tunes performed by Clyde Shelby and Casey Sanderson.  We'll also have a fabulous raffle and auction, refreshments, and a cash bar.  The suggested donation for admission is $15, cash or check at the door. Join us, 6:30 - 8:30 pm in Provincetown for a great evening!

Kathleen Warnock in her one woman show, "How to Get Married in Five Steps and 17 Years"