Category Play performances
Planet Hospice–A New monologue play
So let’s pretend that you’re me (YOU call the medical insurance people :-\) I consider myself intelligent enough, but I’m not a person with credentials attesting to that. I am not a PhD in anything. By the time I finished my masters degree many years ago, it was clear that colleges were no longer creating […]
The Story of Falling Don–performance November 7
Coming to a theater near you (assuming you live on the Upper West Side)! My play THE STORY OF FALLING DON will be performed at OSA (Our Saviour’s Atonement) Lutheran Church on SATURDAY, November 7, beginning at 7 PM. You might wish to get there at 6 to see the closing night of the OSA’s […]
Show confirmed: The Story of Falling Don
It’s a done deal. I will be performing my 9/11 play THE STORY OF FALLING DON on Saturday November 7. The play is being performed at Our Saviour’s Atonement Lutheran Church in Washington Heights (NYC). The church is at 178 Bennett Ave., which parallels Broadway, near 189th St. A and #1 trains will get you there. I […]
The clown play at Tompkins Square Park–August 8
Unless things change drastically, I will be performing my play A CLOWN, A HAMMER, A BOMB, AND GOD at Tompkins Square Park in NYC on August 8 at 1 PM. This is part of a War Resisters League commemoration of the 70th Anniversary of the dropping of nuclear weapons on Hiroshima and Nagasaki. A CLOWN, A […]
BP Oil Spill commemoration/performance next Monday!
Dan’s notes: I will be performing a really new monologue at this event, during which I might (or I might not) blow blues harmonica. The basis of my play–imagine the Seventh Seal if they cast Jimmy Buffett instead of Max Von Sydow and re-imagined it as a Harold Ramis comedy. check out the events page […]
Harmonicas for Peace revived?
I’ve been forgetting things lately. It isn’t quite this bad, but it’s pretty close. If you’re like me and spending increasing amounts of your day looking for your house keys, It’s hard to recall more important (or less mundane things) that you’ve done with your life, even when they seemed important at the time. And the […]
About my Plays -updated
IMPORTANT–THIS IS NOT a COMPLETE LIST OF WORK. YOU CAN FIND THAT (NO FANCY PICTURES OR LINKS) HERE My name is Daniel Kinch. I also answer to Dan as well as a variety of other names (sometimes to ‘Jerry’). I studied acting in college at University of South Florida (and afterwards), but my interest is (and always […]
The Hubbert Slope–a new monologue play
If you search my blog, you will see more than a few posts on the subject of Peak Oil. In some cases, the Peak Oil discussion is tangential (but crucial) to something else I’m blogging about. For much of the past eight years, I’ve been reading the work of people like James Howard Kunstler, Richard […]
Stopping the Empire–the Citizens United Version
Last Saturday, I took part in the Occu-evolve protest day on Citizens United. And because it was Occupy, and because they like hearing from Jerry the balding tubby radical, I rewrote HOW TO STOP THE EMPIRE WHILE KEEPING YOUR DAY JOB. This is a really solid video, shot by my friend Owen Long, a gifted […]
Clowning at MoRUS this Friday night!!!!
I’m doing the shortest version imaginable of my play A CLOWN, A HAMMER, A BOMB, AND GOD this coming FRIDAY at the Museum of Reclaimed Urban Space (MoRUS). Address is 155 Avenue C. Time is 7, I go on first. Here’s a press release–it’s MoRUS’ first birthday!!!! be generous. Drop by!