When the living use the dead to construct their histories.
Art That Does Us No Good
Taking advantage, jockeying for position
on the inside rail, is what humans do best.
Writing plays is, in the end, about the designed theatre of a human's being.
The third in my series of what I thinks real theatre.
Rage As Healing
Sometimes rage is the only appropriate artistic response to the times in which we live.
Death To The Ten-Minute Play
Something about the short-play format does not sit right.
Art galleries are very much like theatres, with the same blessings and drawbacks.
It is such a gift to have the chance to be at the center of a universe.
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