Daniel Guyton is creating Plays and Screenplays
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I am a playwright and screenwriter. I have over 40 publications, won numerous awards, and my stage plays have been produced nearly 400 times around the world. Even with all of that, however, I still have to work extra jobs just to pay the bills. One of my day jobs is teaching theatre at Georgia State University. It's incredibly rewarding, but they only have the ability to pay me for part time work at the moment. So I am looking for some additional financial support, to allow me to spend more time creating art. If you would consider being a patron of mine, not only will I be extremely grateful to you, but I will also consider your thoughts, feedback, and suggestions in all future creations. And hey, if I ever make it big - like, really big, I promise to thank as many of you as I can in my Oscar speech! :)

Read what my critics have said about my work:

  • "The Blackest of Black Comedies" - Lawson Taitte, Dallas Morning News
  • "Delightfully Perverse" - Mark Lowry, Theatre Jones
  • "Morally Repugnant" - Grant Tyler Peterson, off-off-online.com
  • "Creepy, Discomforting and Revelatory" - Ryan Wilson, University of Georgia
  • "Dark, Provocative Imagery" - Daniel Lamb, Edge Media Network
  • "A Wicked Sense of Humor, and a Fearless Approach to Storytelling" - Jeff Marker, Circle Ensemble Theatre
  • "No One Does Wonderfully Dark, Disturbing, Character Driven Shows Like Daniel Guyton" - Gene Kato, Next Stage Press
  • "The Most Innovative, Original Play I've Ever Seen From a College Student" - Gary Garrison, the Dramatists Guild
  • "Absolutely Fearless When It Comes to Pushing Comedy to the Edge" - Tom Berry, ACME Theatre Company
  • "Twisted, Surreal, Cruel and Hysterical" - Todd Ziegler, Alley Theater
  • "It's Like South Park on Stage" - Rich Sagendorf, Mostly Harmless Productions
  • "Beautifully Done... Mesmerizing" - Judith Beasley, Working Title Playwrights
  • "Mr. Guyton's Talents as a Poet and Dramatist are Stellar" - Steve Capra, the Living Theatre
  • "Darkest-of-Dark Comedies" - Will Arberry, D Magazine 
  • "Hilarious" - Mary L. Clarke, Pegasus News 
  • "The Opening Scene is Comic Gold" - Mark Lowry, Theatre Jones
  • "Theatre of the Obnoxious" - Grant Tyler Peterson, off-off-online.com
  • "Very Moving and Poignant" - Bryan Fonseca, the Phoenix Theatre
  • "Darkly Funny and Emotionally Raw" - Greg Campbell, Incumbo Theatre Co.
  • "Gut Wrenching Laughter" - Jeff Stolzer, Last Froniter Theatre Conference
  • "Best of the Bunch" - Lou Harry, Indianapolis Business Journal
  • "Provocative and Vivid... Powerful and Nasty" - Dr. Stanley Longman, UGA
  • "Extremely Well Written and Deplorably Funny" - Geri Albrecht, Heuer Publishing
  • "Naughty, Bawdy, Touching, and Maniacally Funny in Turns" - Pat Taylor, Tolucan Times
  • "Funny, Edgy, Even Spiritual" - Brian Toal, Mostly Harmless Productions
  • "Exceptional Theatre... Beautifully Written, Highly Dramatic" - Joelle Re' Arp-Dunham, Circle Ensemble Theatre
  • "One of the Best Up and Coming Writers Around" - Todd Risby, Actor
  • "Tightly Structured With an Amazing Premise" - What the Butler Saw
  • "Sweetness Spiced With Gentle Humor" - Jay Harvey, Indystar.com
  • "Surreal, Tender... An Acting High Point for the Entire Festival" - Alexandra Bonifield, Critical Rant and Rave
  • "Cream of the Crop - Imaginative, Macabre, Exciting!" - Todd Zeigler, Alley Theatre
  • "Well Crafted... Intelligent Entertainment" - Bruce Bonafede, playwright
  • "Guyton Brings Tender, Real Moments to the Stage, Without Slipping Down the Too-Much Slope" - Elizabeth J Musgrave, GottaGo.us
  • "It's Stuff Like This That Made Me Fall In Love With Acting in the First Place" - Charlie Pierce, Third Eye Theatre
  • "Lovely Piece of Black Humor, Yet Heartwarming, and Real. It's Edgy, and Sweet and Funny... And a Bit Warped" - CJ Ehrlich, Playwrights' Binge
  • "Taken Elements of Comedy and Thrown in Moments of Psychological Thrills... The Most Entertaining Night of Theater I Have Seen" - Kate Barry, Arts-Louisville.com
  • "Witty, A Little Off-Center and Always Entertaining... A Wonderful Playwright and an Audience Favorite" - Lorenzo Scott, The Living Theatre
  • "Haunting, Poetic, Beautiful and Funny" - Brian Harris, Strawberry Festival
  • "Strange, Quirky, Foul-Mouthed, Sacrilegious" - TheaterReview.com
  • "He Likes to Bring People by Surprise and Force Them out of the Sweet Molecules" - Frettabladid Newspaper, 2005 (Run Through Google Translator)
For more information, please visit me at www.danguyton.com
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Pledge $1 or more per month
Official patron status. This means you'll get access to my patron-only feed AND my endless appreciation for joining my team.
Pledge $3 or more per month
Want to weigh in on my work? Your comments on my posts may be picked as the subject of my next piece of content, plus all previous rewards.
Pledge $5 or more per month
You get the say! When I've got a question, you'll be one of the few that can answer through polls, plus all previous rewards.
Pledge $10 or more per month
You get the cred. Seriously, your name will get in the credits as a huge thank you being on my team, plus all previous rewards.
Pledge $20 or more per month
Send me anything (you'll cover shipping costs) and I'll sign it, plus all previous rewards.
Pledge $100 or more per month
Wow. You're an official sponsor of my work, and I couldn't be more grateful for it. You've changed my life!
Goals
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If I can hit $300 a month, this would allow me to stop searching for a second day job, and allow me to focus solely on my writing and teaching.
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I am a playwright and screenwriter. I have over 40 publications, won numerous awards, and my stage plays have been produced nearly 400 times around the world. Even with all of that, however, I still have to work extra jobs just to pay the bills. One of my day jobs is teaching theatre at Georgia State University. It's incredibly rewarding, but they only have the ability to pay me for part time work at the moment. So I am looking for some additional financial support, to allow me to spend more time creating art. If you would consider being a patron of mine, not only will I be extremely grateful to you, but I will also consider your thoughts, feedback, and suggestions in all future creations. And hey, if I ever make it big - like, really big, I promise to thank as many of you as I can in my Oscar speech! :)

Read what my critics have said about my work:

  • "The Blackest of Black Comedies" - Lawson Taitte, Dallas Morning News
  • "Delightfully Perverse" - Mark Lowry, Theatre Jones
  • "Morally Repugnant" - Grant Tyler Peterson, off-off-online.com
  • "Creepy, Discomforting and Revelatory" - Ryan Wilson, University of Georgia
  • "Dark, Provocative Imagery" - Daniel Lamb, Edge Media Network
  • "A Wicked Sense of Humor, and a Fearless Approach to Storytelling" - Jeff Marker, Circle Ensemble Theatre
  • "No One Does Wonderfully Dark, Disturbing, Character Driven Shows Like Daniel Guyton" - Gene Kato, Next Stage Press
  • "The Most Innovative, Original Play I've Ever Seen From a College Student" - Gary Garrison, the Dramatists Guild
  • "Absolutely Fearless When It Comes to Pushing Comedy to the Edge" - Tom Berry, ACME Theatre Company
  • "Twisted, Surreal, Cruel and Hysterical" - Todd Ziegler, Alley Theater
  • "It's Like South Park on Stage" - Rich Sagendorf, Mostly Harmless Productions
  • "Beautifully Done... Mesmerizing" - Judith Beasley, Working Title Playwrights
  • "Mr. Guyton's Talents as a Poet and Dramatist are Stellar" - Steve Capra, the Living Theatre
  • "Darkest-of-Dark Comedies" - Will Arberry, D Magazine 
  • "Hilarious" - Mary L. Clarke, Pegasus News 
  • "The Opening Scene is Comic Gold" - Mark Lowry, Theatre Jones
  • "Theatre of the Obnoxious" - Grant Tyler Peterson, off-off-online.com
  • "Very Moving and Poignant" - Bryan Fonseca, the Phoenix Theatre
  • "Darkly Funny and Emotionally Raw" - Greg Campbell, Incumbo Theatre Co.
  • "Gut Wrenching Laughter" - Jeff Stolzer, Last Froniter Theatre Conference
  • "Best of the Bunch" - Lou Harry, Indianapolis Business Journal
  • "Provocative and Vivid... Powerful and Nasty" - Dr. Stanley Longman, UGA
  • "Extremely Well Written and Deplorably Funny" - Geri Albrecht, Heuer Publishing
  • "Naughty, Bawdy, Touching, and Maniacally Funny in Turns" - Pat Taylor, Tolucan Times
  • "Funny, Edgy, Even Spiritual" - Brian Toal, Mostly Harmless Productions
  • "Exceptional Theatre... Beautifully Written, Highly Dramatic" - Joelle Re' Arp-Dunham, Circle Ensemble Theatre
  • "One of the Best Up and Coming Writers Around" - Todd Risby, Actor
  • "Tightly Structured With an Amazing Premise" - What the Butler Saw
  • "Sweetness Spiced With Gentle Humor" - Jay Harvey, Indystar.com
  • "Surreal, Tender... An Acting High Point for the Entire Festival" - Alexandra Bonifield, Critical Rant and Rave
  • "Cream of the Crop - Imaginative, Macabre, Exciting!" - Todd Zeigler, Alley Theatre
  • "Well Crafted... Intelligent Entertainment" - Bruce Bonafede, playwright
  • "Guyton Brings Tender, Real Moments to the Stage, Without Slipping Down the Too-Much Slope" - Elizabeth J Musgrave, GottaGo.us
  • "It's Stuff Like This That Made Me Fall In Love With Acting in the First Place" - Charlie Pierce, Third Eye Theatre
  • "Lovely Piece of Black Humor, Yet Heartwarming, and Real. It's Edgy, and Sweet and Funny... And a Bit Warped" - CJ Ehrlich, Playwrights' Binge
  • "Taken Elements of Comedy and Thrown in Moments of Psychological Thrills... The Most Entertaining Night of Theater I Have Seen" - Kate Barry, Arts-Louisville.com
  • "Witty, A Little Off-Center and Always Entertaining... A Wonderful Playwright and an Audience Favorite" - Lorenzo Scott, The Living Theatre
  • "Haunting, Poetic, Beautiful and Funny" - Brian Harris, Strawberry Festival
  • "Strange, Quirky, Foul-Mouthed, Sacrilegious" - TheaterReview.com
  • "He Likes to Bring People by Surprise and Force Them out of the Sweet Molecules" - Frettabladid Newspaper, 2005 (Run Through Google Translator)
For more information, please visit me at www.danguyton.com

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Pledge $1 or more per month
Official patron status. This means you'll get access to my patron-only feed AND my endless appreciation for joining my team.
Pledge $3 or more per month
Want to weigh in on my work? Your comments on my posts may be picked as the subject of my next piece of content, plus all previous rewards.
Pledge $5 or more per month
You get the say! When I've got a question, you'll be one of the few that can answer through polls, plus all previous rewards.
Pledge $10 or more per month
You get the cred. Seriously, your name will get in the credits as a huge thank you being on my team, plus all previous rewards.
Pledge $20 or more per month
Send me anything (you'll cover shipping costs) and I'll sign it, plus all previous rewards.
Pledge $100 or more per month
Wow. You're an official sponsor of my work, and I couldn't be more grateful for it. You've changed my life!