Category Archives: NPDW5

What is Steampunk?

By John Weagly When I started writing CLOCKWORK ADORATION (which I consider an evening of short, interconnected Steampunk plays) I didn’t know what Steampunk was.  And now, three years later, the classification is still a little muddy to me. From … Continue reading

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CLOCKWORK ADORATION – Rehearsal # 1

By John Weagly We got together last night (Sunday 10/7) for the first read-thru of CLOCKWORK ADORATION. We met at the Infusion Theatre Company office, which is on the same floor as several dentists (sounds like a good name for … Continue reading

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Evolution of Anachronisms – How CLOCKWORK ADORATION Came To Be

By John Weagly To tell the tale of how I assembled CLOCKWORK ADORATION, we have to go back to autumn of 2009.  There was a Steampunk convention taking place in Cleveland, Georgia, and they were looking for 10-minute Steampunk plays. … Continue reading

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InFusion Announces NPDW5

InFusion Theatre Company is proud to announce its fifth annual New Play Development Workshop (NPDW5). Each year, InFusion company members select four scripts for development, giving each playwright the option of being matched with a director, dramaturg, cast, rehearsal space and anything else they … Continue reading

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