Actor Erin Cohenour emailed me to say that her co-star in “Die, Mommie! Die,” Mike Ferruzza, was inspired to write a new play with her in mind. She gave me a link and said, “He just finished it and now we’re trying to build interest.”
Notice of this new play also came through my generic feed on Facebook, so I’m going to assume it is okay to mention it here, too.
I have several huge stacks of books that I need to read and review for my day job before the end of the year, so I know I won’t have time to read any scripts for a while. But if you get a chance to read Ferruza’s new script, and if you know Cohenour’s work, would you mind imagining her in the title role and telling me what you think?
The photo above is from “Five Course Love,” a show she did at Theatre on the Square not too long ago. I saw it twice. I have also seen and written about her work in “Unmerciful Good Fortune” at the Alley Theater. I don’t have a photo from that show or “Die, Mommie! Die” because they were before I had started asking for publicity shots for my blog. Ah, well.
Hope Baugh – www.IndyTheatreHabit.com