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Same Look, New Content

So the past couple of days, I’ve been doing some minor tweeking here and there to Emergency Room Productions website. If you haven’t poked around lately, I encourage you to do so. The look remains the same, but new content has been added.

It’s been an exciting couple of months for me, as yo can tell by some of the new content. The first thing I want to point out is that I’ve modified the right side of the page so you can see my tweets easier and join me on Goodreads. If you’re not my fan there or you don’t follow me on Twitter or like me on Facebook, why not?

Then I want to direct your attention to is a new video on my video page. It’s the second reading of my short play Sunday Dinner, this time presented by Spokane Stage Left in Spokane, WA. I’m toying with putting this up as a script sample as well, if that is something that might be of interest, let me know in the comments!

Next, I want to direct you to my News page, where you can listen to my entire interveiw with Sherri Ribbonwitz on the BlogTalkRadio show “Chatting With Sherri”. This was a fun 30 minute interview I did on December 24, 2013.

Finally, if you make your way to my Rights page, you will see that I’ve added a new script that can be purchased. Black Box Theater Publishing has published a collection of four of my short scripts, titled “Based On The…”. This script is available for purchase from Amazon.com, so help me out and put a little money in my pocket by picking up a copy today.

Thanks for sticking with me over here on my tiny atom (or would that be pixel?) of the web as we continue to grow Emergency Room Productions.

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What Are The Critics Saying?

I don’t promote this much, because, well I’m still figuring it all out, but I am on Goodreads. I have all my plays listed there and once in awhile I will get a review.

So what are the Reviewers saying about Allie In Wonderland and how are they ranking it?

They like it! They REALLY like it, with an average rating of over 4.5 Stars (out of 5)

Highlights from the reviews include:

“I love how it teaches us that with your imagination and belief in it anything is possible.”

“Allie in Wonderland is a short, charming, and enchanting play…I give Everett Robert credit for taking a tale from childhood, giving it a new spin, and telling us all that it is okay to dream.”

“This children’s play (though not really, it’s for everyone that hasn’t lost important childhood qualities), expertly written by Everett Robert, a master of dialogue, stagecraft and the use of word play)… I came away from reading this play by making two resolutions: (1) to reread the original story; and (2) to make sure my imagination is given time to exercise itself each and every day of my life. Else I too might shrivel up and go looking for Alice to remedy.”

“I enjoyed it.”

Thank you for all the reviews so far. If you would like to read Allie In Wonderland or any of my plays for review purposes, send me an email or drop me a message here.