Thursday, November 8, 2012

The Journal of (Indecipherable)

I have decided to begin a weekly serial at  Once a week you can read a new chapter in a short story called "The Journal of (Undecipherable)"  When this story wraps up, I will start another weekly serial.  But for the next few weeks at least, I invite you to enjoy this narrative, starting with "Entry One:  The Room"

Read "Entry One:  The Room" after the jump!

Thursday, September 27, 2012

Dead of Winter: Episode Three-"The Brotherhood of Malevolence"

New to is the third installment of the "Dead of WInter" audio serial.  In this episode, Neil gets an unexpected visit from Ralph Mccan who reveals one of Pines Springs deadliest secrets and helps him get one step closer to finding out who killed Sarah Winter.

Be sure to look out for episode four coming soon to and  Here's a sneak peak of "Dead of Winter:  Episode Four-Ears to You":

Sunday, June 24, 2012

Come support these "Starving Artists"

The Starving Artists company is entering the theatre scene this summer with it’s five week introductory series called “The Starving Artists Series.” From June 29th-July 29th you will have the opportunity to enjoy five weekends of brand new, never before seen theatre. All five productions will be presented at the Cultural Arts Playhouse located in the Park Plaza at 3477 Merrick rd. in Wantagh, NY. Tickets will be available at the door, or by calling 516-581-0606.

June 29th-July 1st:
Grammy Jeans Spaghetti Dinner
By TheEdCress
Spend the weekend with the free spirited Grammy Jean Harper, her grand-daughter Samantha and her fiance Phillip (who's not so free spirited) as she serves up spaghetti, toast and a healthy dose of embarrassment.   Starring Cathy Cullen, Robert Domingo, Jenmarie Byrnes, Arianne Forella, Thomas J. McKenna and Mike Natale.

Friday and Saturday at 8pm.
Sunday matinee at 2pm.

Adults: $15
Seniors: $10

July 6th-8th:
A staged reading of “The Devil is a Busy Man”
by Sean Behrens
Friday and Saturday at 8pm.
Sunday matinee at 2pm.

Tickets: $5

July 13th-15th
Three Rats
by TheEdCress
Three Rats follows the bungling duo of thieves Dewhurst and Dungberry on a misadventure in the LaFayette Laboratories. Dewey "teaches" Dung several lessons during their caper and the pair make a discovery that could change the very world as we know it.   Starring Jason Forella and TheEdCress as the bumbling duo, and Thomas J. McKenna as Prof. Julius Lafayette.

Friday and Saturday at 8pm.
Sunday matinee at 2pm.
approximate running time, one hour with no intermission.

Adults: $15
Seniors: $10

July 20th-22nd
The Devil Does Care
by L. C. Cragg
The Devil Does Care, based on, "the devil may care" attitude involves two adulterers who do what all lovers think about. They run away to a love nest, abandoning their families, and responsibilities. However, these lovers actions are not without doubts and consequences. As this passionate relationship unravels, realities surface as to the price to be paid to their devious landlord, resulting in dire consequences.

Friday and Saturday at 8pm.
Sunday matinee at 2pm.
approximate run time is one hour with no intermission

Tickets: $10

July 27th-29th
A staged reading of “What is Your Feeling on Spontaneous Human Combustion?”
by Sean Behrens
Friday and Saturday at 8pm.
Sunday matinee at 2pm.

TIckets: $5

Monday, May 14, 2012

Casting Call!

Attention all playwrights!

TheEdCress is proud to announce the “Starving Artists Series” to be presented at the Wantagh CAP center in July! This series will showcase the works of new playwrights who are just waiting to be discovered. There are only three weekends open, so if you have a play (or two...or three) you want to share with the world, this is your chance.

Please contact TheEdCress for details.

On a related note TheEdCress will be directing a production of an original play of his called "Grammy Jeans Spaghetti Dinner. "  There are still three roles open.

Great Aunt Ethel: Actress/Actor who is comfortable with drag: 35-60. Big personality.

Phillip: Actor: 18-35. A high strung, Hugh Grant type.

Mrs. Browning: Actress: 30-50. A snobby, british matriarch.

If you are interested in being part of this production as cast or crew, drop TheEdCress a line.  Performances will be June 29th, 30th and July 1st.

Sunday, March 11, 2012

The Not Cash Cab

Friday night, I was travelling from Clinton Hill to Prospect Park.  Also know as my sisters apartment to my place.  Brie, Mokey and I were looking to get home quickly so I flagged down a cab.  Now, whenever I flag down a cab in NYC I am always secretly hoping it'll be the cash cab.  Well this wasn't a van so I knew it wouldn't be the cash cab.  But I also didn't think it was going to be a ministry on wheels, driven by a slightly crazy man who called himself Pastor Phil, that was called Rolling for Jesus.  But wouldn't you know it, it was.

(Read more after the break)

Thursday, March 8, 2012

Tea With Madame Bovary

Mme. Bovary, I do not like you 
(But I appreciate your visit.) 
You’re overblown 
And speak of nothing 
Still, I treasure your company. 
I’m expecting a visit from Don Quixote 
(He’s meeting me at the White Castle) 
He has things to say. 
You could learn from him, Madame. 
Still, I treasure your company. 
I think it’s time you leave 
There are other I must meet 
Sherlock’s in the shithouse shooting up 
And Godot’s waiting for me 
Still, I treasure your company. 

Thursday, February 16, 2012

Siiiiiiick :-(

This morning I woke up to hours of fierce hiccuping, followed by naseau and a headache.  One of the benefits of being unemployed is that I can stay in bed when I am sick.  But I still managed to get stuff done, so it wasn't a wasted day like most sick days.

(read more after the jump)

Friday, February 3, 2012


I think I might have an irrational fear/obsession with time travel.  It's similar to the fear/obsession many claim to have with zombies.  It's that fine line between "Holy shit...I hope this never happens to me."  and "God it would be exhilarating!"

(read more after the jump)

Wednesday, February 1, 2012

Subway Rides...A Comedians Best Friend

Today, for the third time since I started to regularly use the MTA two years ago, I became enraptured with a conversation someone on the subway was having with NOT me.

In today's case, the conversation was between a man and his lady companion.  Now this man had one of two possible problems.  Either he was a lunatic OR, he had absolutely no concept of what a joke is.  In either case he was incredibly amused with what he was telling his lady companion.  The story, or at least the part of it I hear, went as follows:

(read the story after the jump)

Tuesday, January 31, 2012

Hello modern world!

To those who know me, yes, the rumors are true.  I have begrudgingly embraced to comforts of modern day technology and am now on the path to become a technology obsessed drone with an inability to function without a computer or (horrors) without an iphone!

To those of you who are strangers, welcome to  I have one of them thar blog things here, but also this site has multiple pages for you to browse at your leisure.  I encourage you to read some of my plays or short stories, view my videos and listen to my audio dramas.   Though there isn't much there now, I know, but I am hoping this blog/website will encourage me to be more prolific.

I will attempt to update this blog daily with long winded observations, embarrassing revelations and short, pointless entries when I am feeling lazy...which will be often.  For now, I will just say hi, and leave it at that.  Explore!  Read!  View!  Listen!  Other verbs!  I'll talk to you all soon.