My Easter poem for 2017 is written in memory of those killed during the Palm Sunday bombings in Tanta and Alexandria, Egypt on April 9, 2017
Andrew Kooman’s Playwright’s Note for What We Didn’t Know, a new Easter production premiering in Red Deer April 2017, William Wilberforce, Hannah More, Eric Liddell, Rosalind Goforth
That Towering Cross, an Easter play by Andrew Kooman, is now available on SkitGuys.com
Screenwriter Andrew Kooman sat down with Bob Smith on daytime London to talk about She Has A Name on Rogers TV. Watch the full interview here.
Simon’s sudden disappearance leaves Jill frightened and alone in an unfamiliar and dangerous land. Unexpected help finds her and as she is rushed to the most extraordinary of places by the invisible Drylings — unseen creatures who hold secrets to her past and claim they knew mother. Can she trust them?
I had the pleasure of joining Doug Dirks on the Homestretch to share about my experience writing the screen adaptation for She Has A Name on CBC Radio in Calgary.
When the Ferris wheel is violently ripped apart, Simon and Jill barely escape the disaster, at the help of an unexpected friend. When they scour the beach to find the lost coin. They soon discover that recovering the treasure is the least of their concerns.
Simon and Jill barely avert disaster when Seraph appears to rescue them from the Ferris wheel, but rather than bringing them back to the Great Hall, Seraph leaves them on the beach to recover the lost coin, something Jill thinks is impossible.
Screenwriter Andrew Kooman sat down with Andrew Lawton to discuss She Has A Name and addressing human trafficking through art on the Andrew Lawton Show
My Christmas poem for 2016 is an attempt at just that. It’s called “Adventing”. And while, as most things I sit down to write, it became a much different work than I at first imagined, it is my way of entering some of the profound mystery of this season.
Director Matthew Kooman and Screenwriter Andrew Kooman bring She Has A Name to Parliament Hill for an exclusive screening with MPs, Senators and Ambassadors on Parliament Hill