As part of the Dream Up Festival,
Sophie’s Sweet 16 is a story of a woman suffering dementia who dies and comes back to revisit her final moments in order to find peace.

Saturday, May 17, 2014

The Playwright's Vision

Great writers write and in the process of doing table read's for the playwright's current work, For Chance, a new vision arose for this Pentalogy play series. The writer is pleased to announce that this series has now become a Hexaology. He has written a new play just as he launching For Chance for production. The dates for this work as well as others will be announced shortly.

Sunday, May 11, 2014

Keep Watch

We will be announcing some exciting news soon about the production of the next play in this pentalogy series, For Chance.

Saturday, March 1, 2014

A New Play

Sophie's Sweet 16 has now become the first play in a pentalogy . The playwright has just completed the fifth and final installment in this series of plays. More information to come on where you may see another showing of the second part of this series, “For Chance. "

Tuesday, December 3, 2013

For Chance Tickets

I am pleased to announce that tickets are now on sale for the second play in this series, "For Chance." A staged reading will be performed on December 16, 2013 at 7pm at The Theater for the New City. Tickets can be purchased at the link below.

I look forward to seeing you there.

Saturday, November 23, 2013

Exciting News

I am so pleased to invite you all to the reading of my new play "For Chance." This is the 2nd part of this 4 part series and a follow up to Sophie's Sweet 16, which premiered this past summer as a part of Theatre for the New City's Dream Up festival.

Here is a brief description of the play...

"After years of struggling to find himself, Chance, and actor on hiatus, decides to use drugs and alcohol to help him write the perfect play on his 25th birthday. However, after waking up from a recent blackout, he is greeted by his two childhood best friends. And although the two friends hate each other, they have both gathered to make sure Chance has a birthday to remember."

More details to come about tickets, and casting to come and please feel free to forward info to others, as this is a public reading. Also, there will be a short Q&A after as I will open the floor for discussion.

Sunday, October 20, 2013

From Stage to Big Screen

Almost one year ago, playwright Chima Chikazunga presented a public reading of one of his plays, "The Accidental Kiss." Since then, he has had two of his other plays seen in three festivals in Manhattan. The writer is proud to announce that “Sophie’s Sweet 16,” which was most recently viewed in the week long Dream Up Festival, is officially going to be a screenplay. This news came after Chima sent his script to a fellow actor on the West Coast, to which ReShaun Groomes expressed his pleasure in it, and how he would love to see how the play would do on camera.  The filming is schedule is TBD.