Tag Archives: art

From the Archives: Rehearsal Notes to Myself

In 2007, I was working on my first Rogue Festival show – an original play written in iambic pentameter called “All’s Red that’s Riding Hood” written by Terrance Mc Arthur. It was the winner of an original playwrighting competition at Woodward Shakespeare Festival. I had a very game and supportive cast and a very philosophical turn of mind at that time.

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To Fresno: The Bohemia of California

Just finished the Rogue Performance Festival, which means I’m slowly coming back to myself after going a bit mad. I have one more major event to finish through next weekend, then I refocus to some work with StageWorks Fresno and (one hopes) a few of my own creative projects over the summer. Jaguar is working […]

Is your work “Me Work” or “Bigger Than Me Work”?

So the question becomes: Are we taking our work beyond what we personally think/feel/ believe/experience into the realm of other people? Are we going beyond ourselves into and truly communicating and sharing with an audience?

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The Horror Crave

My chap and I spent the weekend at a friend’s place in L.A., doing a little partying and hanging out– a perfect opportunity to get away from THE PILLOWMAN and be forced to not think about it for a while.  Come at it fresh for the last two weeks of rehearsal. But, of course, it […]