In this episode, I speak to playwright Charles Robertson. We discuss writing a one-person show for someone else, self-producing, and the benefits of self-publishing. We also discuss how working in different positions in theatre can help with playwriting. It was my second time speaking with Charles as my audio in our first interview was absolutely horrendous. I hope you walk away with some insightful information from this episode.
Charles Robertson is a playwright and director based in Kinston, Ontario. He has written a number of plays for young people, including Pretty Pieces, Ghost of the Tree, and Til the Boys Come Home. His recent play Josiah Henson - From Slave to Savior, starring Cassel Miles, has been touring across Canada and the U.S.
To watch the video format of this interview, follow the link below.
Charles work can be found on Amazon in the link below -
Websites and socials for James Elden, Punk Monkey Productions and Playwright's Spotlight
Punk Monkey Productions -
PLAY Noir -
PLAY Noir Anthology –
James Elden -
Twitter - @jameseldensauer
IG - @alakardrake
FB - fb.com/jameseldensauer
Punk Monkey Productions and PLAY Noir -
Twitter - @punkmonkeyprods
IG - @punkmonkeyprods
FB - fb.com/playnoir
Playwright's Spotlight -
Twitter - @wrightlightpod
IG - @playwrights_spotlight
Playwriting services through Los Angeles Collegiate Playwrights Festival