I’m turning 30 in a few months. The freak out started almost a year ago last May, when I turned 29. I immediately created a 30 Things To Do Before I Turn 30 list because I’m a cliche and have never had an original idea in my life. I’m being harsh. I haven’t been on … More 30 Things To Do Before I’m…Oh Who Cares
One thing I like about my day job is that there is frequently leftover cake in the fridge. Whether it’s from an office birthday or a closing night reception, a big box of cake sits there for a good week after the event. Tempting me. And I don’t even like cake. I don’t like cake, … More Why I Just Had Chocolate Cake for Breakfast
The last few months have been a whirl-wind of great opportunities, great rejections, life style adjustments and extreme sleep deprivation. I’ll focus on a couple of the good things for the moment, since I have not yet reached an end to the wind-storm in which I can see more clearly what the hell is going … More Quick & Shameless Promotion of a Reading This Week
This month has been a crazy one, and I truly can’t seem to distill all the things rolling around my brain into anything thoughtful or even coherent. So I’m writing this instead: Eclectic Voices: We’re No Heroes My writers group Eclectic Voices is producing a monologue show this month, a pay-what-you-can performance of nine original … More This is not really a post.
Over the last month, I had two readings of a new play of mine, The Sudden Urge to Jump, in the LABWORKS Festival at Skylight Theatre Company. It started in a year long playlab with the company, and was one of twelve plays featured in the festival. Several plays got workshops, a few are getting … More 11 Things I Learned from Writing The Sudden Urge to Jump