BosPodPlay Alumni News

Further Developments of featured BosPodPlay plays and playwrights


Mimi Augustin

Shameless Breathing
Season 1, Episode 1

Jecenia Isis Figueroa

Dirty Laundry
Season 1, Episode 8

June 2017 - Dirty Laundry was read in Boston by Escena Latina Teatro

Ken Green

Sixteen Inch
Season 1, Episode 4

May 2018 - Ken was one of the winners in the Fade-to-Black Festival in Houston for The Campaign. It will be performed at the festival in Houston from June 21-23, 2018.

January 2017 - Sixteen Inch was read by Company One in Boston as part of Ken's PlayLab Fellowhip.

Colleen Hughes

The Travellers
Season 1, Episode 7

May 2018 - Colleen's play will be read at the Writers at Play Showcase of New Works at the Boston Playwright's Theatre, May 22, 2018.

Greg Lam

Season 1, Episode 3

August, 2018 - Repossessed will receive its World Premiere production at Theatre Conspiracy in Fort Myers, FL from August 16-26 after winning the theatre's 2017 New Play Contest.

March, 2018 - Greg's short play Crossover Fiction was featured in Episode 27 of The Best of All Possible podcast produced by Panglossian Productions.

November 15, 2017 - Repossessed was read by Fresh Ink Theatre at the Pao Arts Center in Boston for their Ink Spots reading series.

November 1, 2017 - Repossessed was read by Pork Filled Productions in Seattle, WA for their Unleashed Sci Fi reading series.

Mary McCullough

Ballahoo in the Hair Kitchen
Season 1, Episode 2

April 2017 - Mary's play A Fine and Dangerous Country was read by TC Squared.

Rosa Nagle

Ghost Stories (Blood Cake)
Season 1, Episode 6

Summer, 2018 - Tangles in Her Teeth will be revived by Contemporary Park Shorts in the Summer and Fall of 2018.

October 17, 2017 - Tangles in Her Teeth was read by Contemporary Park Shorts.

Mara Elissa Palma

Octavia and Kleopatra
Season 1, Episode 4

March 2-4, 2018 - Mara's one woman show coliniz(h)er will be performed at 18th & Union in Seattle, WA.

February 8-24, 2018 - Mara will be acting in American Hwangap by Lloyd Suh at West of Lenin Theatre in Seattle, WA.

November 25, 2017 - Echoes of Empire, a renamed version of Octavia and Kleopatra, was read at the Represent! festival by Ese Teatro in Seattle, WA.