Years ago, I used to write about theater for a publication. In 2012, I wrote about sexual assaults that took place backstage – one that I experienced and another I witnessed. These wer… Read More
I’ll get to the Coronavirus Pandemic in a hot minute but I wanted to post my research from the 2020 South Carolina Primary. This work is for my upcoming book series. On YouTube you wil… Read More
I am finally getting around to updating my site. On the Media page, you will now find a full interview with me about Project 1968, a blog docu-novel I wrote some years back. Even though I to… Read More
Back in 2017, I casually mentioned on Facebook that I experienced sexual harassment in theater. In response, someone asked me if I ever wrote about it. Yes, I responded. I wrote an… Read More
Part of being authentic is being honest. That’s tough for me because I’m used to ignoring issues under the guise of “What’s the point? If I bring it up, no one is goi… Read More
I’m going to do something really unusual for me. I’m going to be honest in a public forum. My topic: Books versus plays. Authenticity is my New Year’s resolution an… Read More
I’m pleased to announce that my new play, Moving Off Mercer Street, is now available. I’m intensely proud of this project for a variety of reasons. It has a seven-actor cast with… Read More
Recently, I took classes on dramaturgy. It surprised me. I had a really bad vision of dramaturgy from the 1990s. That’s when I heard about the Rent lawsuit and the Dramatists Guild&rsq&hell…Read More
(The following is a Gasp entry from August 7, 2006. It was titled “Karmic Implications.” It has been li… Read More
A life in theater, especially as a playwright, can be filled with skips and restarts. That’s what I’ve found to be true for me. There are times when things go well and then depre… Read More
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