The Index

Hullo! Once again I am biting off waaay more than I can chew with Noveldom & Beyond! OR what I’m calling The Library Challenge. This is a reading challenge (now defunct) where people read ~6,000 pages over the course of a set time period. Now, according to the wikimedia article that I read on Timed […]

Dr. Heidi Jekyll at Slipstream

Today, let us discuss Dr. Heidi Jekyll… Dr. Heidi Jekyll, a play written and directed by Luna Alexander & Victoria Weatherspoon was a lovely production.  a modern retelling of the Robert Louis Stevenson classic about duality and temptation, Slipstream (source) Context: Robert Louis Stevenson was a Scottish author writing just before the turn of the […]

Day 13/21

Today, I am grateful for… good ideas an abundance of good ideas time to write 2) Ever since I was a kid I have loved Tolkien. Like really loved Tolkien. My father had his first editions that I have worn down to the spine. He has a 10 year anniversary edition that is absolutely stunning. […]

D is for Detroit

D is for Detroit. Duh. Detroit is Detroit. There really aren’t other ways to describe it. Ask anybody outside the city an you get things like: it seems to be coming back OR it’s not as bad as it was. Ask anybody inside the city and the fandom is rampant. Ask anybody who has lived […]

B is for Bullshit

B is for Bullshit. Capital Buh- I wrote a not so good stream of consciousness post not very long ago about this very issue when it comes to the theatre and, in particular, reviews: Critical Response (Why Everyone Hates Reviews…Fuck ’em) I thought I said everything in that blog post. But, it just keeps coming […]

A is for Acting

Acting. Capital A. So, I am an actor, I would know. I have been doing this for a while. And there is something that I really hate that also starts with an “A”. Academia. OR more specifically actor training in the U.S. So, to give some history I have been an actor for well over […]