Word Cloud for I Saw It week one


Today we kick off the writing for I SAW IT and ZERO HOUR.  As I write this, Jennifer is working on sending us our first assignments - or subtopics - which will be what we focus on for the first week.  The goal is to write as many vignettes or monologues using the theme (aftermath … Continue reading Ready…set…go!


Quiet Memory

Here I am for the first time in nearly 20 years at this place that I loved as a kid. I spent so much time here writing, reading, and otherwise being someplace quiet and surrounded by books. I had glamorous ideas of my future writer's life and for whatever reason, I imagined hours spent in libraries - when I wasn't in the custom-made writer's den/cabin I'd of course have somewhere, with a giant weeping willow outside and nearby brook. I'm a little surprised to remember now that I had that image of writing in libraries, since in my adult writing life I don't think it's even occurred to me to go to a library to write.


I'd be a fool to say that I'll never produce again, that I won't find myself seduced by the irresistible comfort of the rehearsal room, the empty pre-show theatre, the adrenaline of the last minute crisis, the pure joy of watching director and actors creating life from words on the page, or the deep satisfaction of sharing a show with an audience.