Evonne Fields-Gould

Evonne Fields-Gould

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Evonne Fields-Gould was born in Ohio and became a writer, co/writer and a featured voice performer in various audio drama productions, from 1997 to 2001, for Little Beth Audio Group. Ms. Fields-Gould has worked on several independent films from 1996 to 2015. She worked as a writer/co-writer, producer, and production manager on all...
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Evonne Fields-Gould was born in Ohio and became a writer, co/writer and a featured voice performer in various audio drama productions, from 1997 to 2001, for Little Beth Audio Group. Ms. Fields-Gould has worked on several independent films from 1996 to 2015. She worked as a writer/co-writer, producer, and production manager on all productions produced under Little Beth Entertainment. Ms. Fields-Gould is a Telly® Award winner in 2008 and a Communicator® Award winner in 2010.

In 2016, Fields-Gould completed writing her first stage play, LIFE, LOVE AND BOOBS, which was performed at the Fade to Black Play Festival in Huston Texas, in June 2017. Ms. Fields-Gould’s monologue, entitled, CAN THERE BE JUSTICE FOR TJ, was performed at the 2018 Seneca Falls Dialogue conference and is published for academic study in the Seneca Falls Dialogue Journal in 2019. In August of 2019 her short stage play, FOR THE LOVE OF APRIL, was published by the London, U.K. publishing house, Lazy Bee Scripts.

Her play, WHERE WINTER RESTS ON A WOUNDED HEART, was one of four plays selected for the WAKE UP TO LIFE: OUT OF THE ASHES SHOWCASE. Fields-Gould's one-act play CAN THERE BE JUSTICE FOR TJ, was one of five plays, out of a selection of over four hundred, to win a finalist's position in the British Theatre Challenge 2021 and will be performed in London, U.K. in 2022.

In 2018 Fields-Gould, published her first novel, A BOND OF LOVE. Ms. Fields-Gould is also a quilter and several of her quilts have been on display in a gallery at Kent State University in 2018.

Fields-Gould received her Associate of Applied Science degree from Cuyahoga Community College in August of 1980. She studied History and English at Kent State University from 2009 to 2016 and she is a member of the Dramatist Guild and the Authors League.

Plays

  • Violated
    Skye Mitchell, a woman in her thirties, was once a very outgoing person. But after she is sexually assaulted by a brief acquaintance, Skye's life is changed forever as she is now faced with the greatest challenge of her life: does she find peace and forgiveness within or does she become bitter and seek revenge.
  • Where Winter Rests on a Wounded Heart
    A senior woman who is challenged with dyslexia shares her story of how her impairment has affected her self-esteem, her relationship with family, and how it has led her to this most critical moment in her life.
  • Can There Be Justice For TJ: a stage play
    Vivian, a distraught mother, tells the events that lead up to the death of her son, killed by a police officer, and the impact it had on herself and the remaining family members.
  • For the Love of April
    Beth Fox recounts a very mysterious and disturbing incident that occurred six months prior that involved her best friend, Carol, Carol's peculiar and unnerving next-door neighbor, and Carol's beloved, little dog, April.
  • Coffee, Bagel, and a Side Order of Autonomy at the Rising Star Cafe
    When Karen and Liz meet at a local café for what was intended to be a quiet get together, they soon find themselves uncovering buried secrets of betrayal, shame, and guilt that may threaten to destroy their friendship forever. Will they find strife in revealing the blunders and the naiveté of their youth, or will one finally find her voice to become whole and complete.