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How to Create a World Premiere:

Two books, the words in their pages,
Hold our clay that we’d work with for ages.
Workshops to mold, to make, to create,
The outline of our scenes, the outline of our fate. 192 more words


You know that feeling?

That, who am I and what in the name of all the chosen prophets am I doing here, kind of feeling? 213 more words


Who are you?

Sam Ginkel, a senior, has been working on versions of the Caterpillar scene since the Devising Workshops in August.  When he was finally cast as the head and voice of the Caterpillar, Sam went to work writing the scene and trying to create a character.  454 more words

Everything is funny, if you can laugh at it

“If I had a world of my own, everything would be nonsense. Nothing would be what it is, because everything would be what it isn’t. And contrary wise, what is, it wouldn’t be. 404 more words

When the Looking-Glass is No Longer a Friend

As Alice exited Wonderland for the last time she scooped up some of the pills that made her taller and some pills that made her small. 161 more words

Creative Writing


Knowledge is surprising.  It sneaks up on you.  You can wait for it, look out for it even, if you are confident enough, expect it.  When it arrives it does so unannounced.  546 more words