Latest news... (2015) Les has two publications forthcoming: an essay in the collected edition
as well as a piece of flash-fiction in
. . . . (2014) Read Les'
Report from Species Niche
for the Mellon School of Theater and Performance Research at Harvard University. ... Here is Les' review of the book
in the September 2014 issue of
. ... In September, Theatre 167 will produce the collaboratively written
I Like to be Here: Jackson Heights Revisited or, This is a Mango
at the New Ohio, directed by Ari Laura Kreith. … In October, the Baldwin Wallace Theater and Dance Department will produce a devised
based on Romeo and Juliet led by Les and Anjanette Hall. … During the summer, Les attended the 2014 Mellon School of Theater and Performance Research at Harvard University. Read his blog post on the experimental architecture dance piece, Species Niches, in Ghent, NY, for the Mellon School
. … Les received a faculty development grant from Baldwin Wallace and a residency from
Soaring Gardens at Ora Lerman
to spend the summer writing a new play. ...
The Manhattan Project Cleveland Lab
put up Les' new short play
, April 29th, at 8pm at
in Lakewood. ... On the same day, April 29th, (and the 30th) Baldwin Wallace Theatre Department
A Quiet Place, A Kite.
... (2013) Les is a
professor of English
in creative writing at Baldwin Wallace University in Berea, Ohio. ...
The Jackson Heights Trilogy
, three plays collaboratively written by nineteen playwrights (Les wrote for all three), at
in Midtown Manhattan Feb. 7 - March 3, 2013. ... Les's play
was awarded second place in the
Simon's Center New Science Play Competition
. The play received a reading on April 10th. ...
LaGuardia Performing Arts Center
presented two new plays in development by New Play Development Residents Eric Holmes and Joy Tomasko, April 17-25. Les helped these talented playwrights in the
of their new plays.... Les's recent reviews can be read in the
Eugene O'Neill Review
, and a poetry review in
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