Penetrating New Book "They Don’t Make ‘Em Like They Used To" Looks at Residents of a Dying Manufacturing Town

"They Don't Make 'Em Like They Used To" is a play in two acts with well developed characters and a story that pulls no punches about the changing face of American culture during the 1980s. - June 20, 2014

Gun Control and Religion Square Off in “The Seventeenth Coffin”

Exciting new play tackles the Second Amendment in “The Seventeenth Coffin” by Kevin T. Baldwin. - June 12, 2014

Religious Drama “Heaven’s Rivers” Compelling

New play by Kevin T. Baldwin explores a man’s faith in God, in others and ultimately, in himself. - June 05, 2014

Suspenseful New Play "Haunting Lusitania" Released

Eerie new two-act play spins a more supernatural tale of Lusitania sinking. - June 04, 2014

New Play "Running of the Brides" Gets World Premiere

A new play based on the former Filene's Department Store race for the cheapest bridal gowns had its world premiere. The one-act comedy, "Running of the Brides," was received with cheers, laughter and standing ovations for two weekends in May. Written by playwright Kevin T. Baldwin. the... - May 31, 2014

New One-Act Play About Alzheimer's Disease Gets World Premiere

Recently the New Players Theatre Guild in Fitchburg, Massachusetts presented a riveting and thought-provoking one-act play about the effects of Alzheimer's Disease - May 31, 2014

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