Please come join novelist Francesca Lia Block and playwright Laurel Ollstein for an afternoon of readings and refreshments at a charming Culver City location.
Hear about everything from lost brothers
to 1970’s Paris fashion models
to women who consummate their love with effigies of dead boyfriends as Francesca and Laurel’s students read selections from their work.
Phoebe Lim of the UCLA Writers’ Program interviews Laurel Ollstein What do Beau Willimon (House of Cards), Aaron Sorkin (Steve Jobs, The Social Network), and Sheila Callaghan (Shameless) have in common? They are among countless television and film writers who...read more
There will be a reading of my new comedy Unhappily Married in Valencia at the Skylight Theatre 7pm in Los Feliz – Feb. 15th with a GREAT cast….. More info to...read more
Writing Yourself onto the Stage: The One-Person Show The solo show is theater at its best. The bare essentials–a good story and one performer. This course is for writers, actors, comics, and anyone who wants to create (or are in the process of creating) their...read more
Here’s a video of my appearance on the Look What She Did! series. This was a great opportunity to share some of my thoughts about the almost first female astronaut, Jerrie Cobb, the main character in They Promised Her the...read more
Laurel Ollstein has done a brilliant job. Every moment is like a painting that tells a heartbreaking story. Don’t miss it! Laurie Latham This show is heartbreaking and heart warming at the same time. The best thing Virginia Avenue Project has done. Jim Stewart...read more