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When Irish Eyes are Winking

One more comment on writing dark humor and then I’ll leave the dark side for kinder, gentler thoughts. Here is an excerpt from the deliciously wicked play… 231 more words


Jamais, Jamais...

Two ideas for plays. Next one tomorrow. (I use to be precious with that shit. Not even tell people what I’m working on for fear they’d 313 more words

WOD (Writing Of The Day)

Final Words on France

As part of De Fete du Livre, I had the honor of performing at L’Estrade, a small bar/café attached to La Comédie. The spoken word I perform is socio-politically engaged, rhythmic, musical and certainly contains echoes of heritage as the daughter of an Afro-Caribbean mother who was raised mostly in the south. 699 more words

Theatre Arts

The Writer's Alphabet vol.2; "B is for Bastards"

Bastards. What are we dealing with here? According to the Google Dictionary a bastard can be anyone of the following:

“a person born of parents not married to each other”; “an unpleasant or despicable person”; “a scoundrel, villain, rogue, rascal, weasel, snake, miscreant, reprobate”; et cetera… 431 more words


Finding a stage play in Ruin Porn

Yes, it’s been awhile.

In June I went to Manhattan to see “Detroit, NY: The Motor City Speaks for Itself,” a collection of short plays, musical numbers, readings and historical film clips produced by… 366 more words

One-act Plays

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I didn’t know what was wrong with me. I didn’t see things in the same way as all of my friends. I couldn’t focus on my work. 819 more words


Die Laughing

by Linda Escalera Price

When my Grandfather was 89, he sat down on the back deck of his Napa Valley home, watched the setting sun cast shadows across the vineyards, sipped a glass of 18 year-old Glenlivet and breathed his last breath. 842 more words