Susan Cannon was nice enough to post these on Facebook, where I could see them — and then put them here. I wrote and rewrote ‘Nice Name for a Sky for a couple of different venues, but this is the first time I know that it’s been done. Very pleased. Thanks, Susan.
Susan’s email about the show:
“Well, last night was the Habitat for Humanity of the Bighorns (in Sheridan, WY) fundraiser where my son, daughter-in-law and I performed Nice Name for a Sky….
The other 10 minute plays were David Ives’ Variations on the Death of Trotsky, Robert Anderson’s I’m Herbert, Jeff Goode’s Murder By Midnight and a piece called Young at Heart by a local student.
It was great fun to do, very well-received and helped raise money for a very worthy cause. They had a voting system, where audience members could put dollars in boxes with the plays’ names on them (another money-raising opportunity for Habitat) and while we didn’t win (we actually came in SECOND!) – that wasn’t really the point. Thanks for letting us do it. We had a ball.”