News & Reviews

‘Emma’ at Springhouse Theatre

‘Emma’ at Springhouse Theatre

Romance is in the air at Springhouse Theatre Company, with the world premiere of “Jane Austen’s Emma.” Adapted for the stage by resident playwright, Paula K. Parker, this delightful comedy follows the misadventures of Emma, a beautiful and accomplished young woman who...

Sense & Sensibility Included By Jane Austen Society

Sense & Sensibility Included By Jane Austen Society

Paula's stage adaption of Jane Austen's Sense & Sensibility has been included in the Jane Austen Society of North America's publication, Persuasions Online, a bibiliography of works by and about Jane Austen. Click here to view the bibliography.  

Creative Madness Mama Features YHWH

Creative Madness Mama Features YHWH

It is time for a FIRST Wild Card Tour book review! We are a group of reviewers who tour Christian books. A Wild Card post includes a brief bio of the author and a full chapter from each book toured. The reason it is called a FIRST Wild Card Tour is that you never know...

Paula Reviews Screaming on the Inside

Paula Reviews Screaming on the Inside

Since the fall of Adam and Eve, it’s been part of the human condition to go through pain, betrayal and disappointment. What makes each person’s journey different is how they respond to these challenges. Some believe in the ‘just get over it’ mentality where you bury...

Real Life Stories Covers YHWH

Real Life Stories Covers YHWH

Recently published and now being given out in schools is The Flood, The Fish and The Giant – intriguingly subtitled YHWH – which he has penned with the help of American freelance writer Paula K Parker. It amounts to a thrilling re-telling of 20 favourite Bible stories...

Flint Hill School Performs Pride & Prejudice

Flint Hill School Performs Pride & Prejudice

Why would anyone marry if not for love? This is the question that faces the audience throughout Flint Hill School’s production of “Pride and Prejudice.” This complex and philosophical narrative explores the flaws of Georgian society, while also alluring the audience...