Patrick Gabridge

About me

My first novel, Tornado Siren, was published by Behler Publications. I’m also an award-winning playwright—thirty-five of my plays are published and have been produced in theatres around the world. I’ve written several historical plays including Reading the Mind of God, about the astronomers Kepler and Tycho, and Fire on Earth, about the creation of the English Bible, which was developed with the Huntington Theatre Company. I was commissioned to write the book for an historical musical, None but the Best, about 19th century Boston philanthropist and publisher, Daniel Sharp Ford, which premiered in November 2013. I’ve recently completed my first historical novel, Steering to Freedom, about escaped slave and ship’s pilot, Robert Smalls. In my spare time, I like to farm.

From my website

            My short play Quack is continuing is initial foray into the world, after having gotten its tart in Boston in December. It’s now running through April 4th at Theatre Three in Port Jefferson, NY (on Long Island), in their Festival of One-Act Plays.  I’ve…

Constant State of Panic reading at Charlestown Working Theatre, March 19

On Thursday, March 19, at 7pm, Theatre on Fire will present a reading of my play Constant State of Panic at the Charlestown Working Theatre, 442 Bunker Hill Street, Charlestown. (Here are directions to the space.)   This darkly comic love story follows two people trying to stay together, despite the…

How Does It Feel to be a Problem? to be read in Colorado, April 12

  My short play, How Does It Feel to be a Problem?, will be read by One Night Stand Theater in Aurora, Colorado, on Sunday, April 12, 7pm, at the Vintage Theatre (1468 Dayton Street).  One Night Stand does a monthly reading of short plays, around a theme.  This month,…

 
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