Playwright alum Peter M. Floyd’s new short story “The New Friend” is available online on The Arcanist, Medium’s speculative flash fiction magazine. Congrats, Peter!
Happy opening (this weekend!) to everyone involved with the revival of playwright alum Peter M. Floyd’s Absence (or Assenze) at the Accademia Teatrale Francesco Campogallinia in Mantua! This is a revival of a production from two years ago. Congratulations!
…to everyone who made Boston Theater Marathon XX possible! See you next year!
Writers at Play—a group of alumni playwrights—will host its annual Showcase of New Works right here at BPT on July 11. Come support some outstanding new plays (not to mention outstanding people)! Sample a few scenes from each new play, read by the professional actors who support Writers at Play throughout the early development process. […]
Happy opening night to Cape Cod’s Cotuit Center of the Arts and Absence, by alum Peter Floyd! The play runs through May 22.
Peter M. Floyd’s Fravær—which you know as Absence—will have its European premiere next month. If you can’t make it to Oslo, try to make it to BPT on Monday (Aug. 31, 7:30 p.m.) for a reading of Peter’s latest: The Centipede King!
The Accident The nominations for this year’s Elliot Norton Awards include nods to Steven Barkhimer (Windowmen) and Peter M. Floyd (Absence) in the Best New Script category. Windowmen is also nominated in the Outstanding Production, Outstanding Ensemble, and Outstanding Design categories; Alex Pollock is also nominated for his performance in Windowmen… Ronán Noone’s short film […]
BPT’s Absence team reunited in NYC last week for a reading at Manhattan Theatre Club. Here, they nosh at legendary haunt Joe Allen (clockwise from L): Beverly Diaz, Cheryl D. Singleton, Anne Gottlieb, Megan Schy Gleeson, Joanna Merlin, Kate Snodgrass, Kippy Goldfarb, Peter M. Floyd, Bill Mootos, and Russell Garrett (not pictured: Dale Place). Thanks […]
KCACTF winners past and present at BPT for Peter M. Floyd’s Absence. L-R: Stephanie Brownell, Abbey Fenbert, Peter M. Floyd, John Kuntz and Michael Parsons. (Thanks for the photo, Kate!) Great KCACTF news for current MFA students and alums: Abbey Fenbert’s Intentions was awarded the Mark Twain Prize for Comic Playwriting; Michael Parsons’ Sumner Falls […]
The latest from fabulous intern Alexis Scheer — our conversation with Absence playwright Peter M. Floyd. Here, he talks about the origins of the play and its early development.