Yellow Means Caution
Max comes home and finds that his wife, Loretta has painted every surface in their apartment bright yellow. Is it a bold style choice, or a sign that there’s something amiss?
Yellow Means Caution premiered on February 5th, 2011 at NoHo Stages in North Hollywood, CA as a part of Theatre Unleashed’s 24-Hour Theatre Festival, Can’t Buy Me Love. It was inspired by The Beatles’ Yellow Submarine.
Directed by Erin Scott, the cast featured Derek Houck as Max and Jenn Scuderi Crafts as Loretta. Stage Manager Erin Scott.
Part of Playzapalooza at The Santa Paula Theater Center
Directed by Tammy Mora
Max – Sean Neil
Loretta – Brianna Darlene
Part of Short+Sweet Sydney 2017 at The Depot Theater
Winner – People’s Choice Award (Week 5)
Directed by Victoria Lewis
Max – Andrew Wang
Loretta – Emma Mylot
Part of Short+Sweet Manila 2016 at the Power Mac Center
Directed by MC Capadiso
Max – Russel James Magno
Loretta – Zarah Pagay
It’s happening! Tattered Capes has gone from the hypothetical to the actual. We’ve put out the breakdown for our HFF19 production. I suppose that means I’d better get that next draft done…
Last week, a high school student in South Carolina e-mailed asking me to grant him the rights to produce Friends Like These. Not the stage rights; the film rights. He wants to turn my play into a film.
This past weekend, the cast and crew of Ada and the Engine at Theatre Unleashed took a road trip up to San Jose to visit the Computer History Museum! Originally, Heidi, our director, and Tom, our assistant director (also Heidi’s husband) had approached me about the road trip because they’d heard the museum had a replica of Babbage’s Difference Engine.