Bloom Bloom Pow
- Shaun Leisher:7 Jul. 2023“ Simon has crafted an absolute sensory overload of a play in the best way possible. A look at climate change that moves at breakneck speed and has so much potential for stage magic. Bold and brilliant. ”
- Jan Rosenberg:17 May. 2020“ I am never going to look at the Hudson River the same way again...the dead horse at the bottom of the ocean is the most frightening and metal thing I've ever heard. I love that this will be played by mostly non-cis actors and that it centers on a non-binary person. And the dialogue between the museum employees killed me. Great work! ”
- Jordan Elizabeth Henry:8 Mar. 2020“ Wow, wow, wow. This play blew me away. A delight to read, I can only imagine what it would be like to experience BLOOM BLOOM POW as a full production. If you're looking to produce something experimental that delves deeply into our changing, decaying world, this play is for you. If you're looking to read something that will challenge and inspire you, this play is for you, too. ”
- Mag24,,AnyNon-binary, they/themtrying as hard as possible to be "fine"
impulsive, deeply private, quietly charming, at times deadpan, losing their grip on what is real
- Alice30s,,Any but preferably POCShe/herjust moved here temporarily for work, a queer woman Mag likes, finds the beauty in life, might want something more than "casual"
- A Dead Horse at the Bottom of the East River in New York City, circa 1832a know-it-all, quite charming, revels in filth
- Mom50-65,,AnyShe/herMag's mom, concerned with safety, stuck in a loop
- The Creatureelegant and trustworthy, carries a warning for Mag, a shapeshifting vision, quite grounded
(also plays a Barista and a Gynecologist)
This character can be played by an actor of any race, however it cannot be the ONLY character played by a POC-presenting actor.
- Dad50-65,,Anyhe/himMag's dad, grateful for sunny days
- ,Residency,Arts on Site2021
- ,Reading,The Tank2020
- ,Workshop,corkscrew 4.02020
Ecodrama Playwrights Festival