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Its all in the Attitude

Dear readers,

I am grateful to know that there are lessons  to learn from what we perceive as negative experiences. At the end of the day, when the dust settles, we are able to see the positive. 10 more words

Spoken Word

The Myth of Learning

When she entered the room, Mrs. Doomsday happily announced that she would give a quiz, an unannounced quiz. Tada! Students were caught off guard. The teacher was delighted, humming while her students trembled, crammed, and skimmed through their notes. 836 more words



Eşti actor dacă eşti nebun. Fals!, strigă raţiunea. Eşti actor dacă înţelegi nebunia asumată.

Adevărul este că nutream după o piesă dramatică, şi câţi regi într-o junglă să poată exista? 392 more words


Quote • "I SAW HIS LEAR..."

“I saw his Lear. I was pleasantly disappointed.”

‘Sir’ in Ronald Harwood’s The Dresser talking about a rival actor. 12 more words


Become Lost

Bonded entity, crying oblivion. More emptiness learing over soft touches.


Review: Reason in Madness, Draíocht Theatre

Reason in Madness: A Devised Reworking

Draíocht Theatre, Blanchardstown, Dublin, 29-30 November 2016.

Directed by Aisling Byrne. Design: Ciaran O’Melia; Dramaturgy: Oonagh Murphy; Sound Design: Susie Birmingham; Costume: Kate Bauer. 1,208 more words

Keys to Great Writing

This was a piece I wrote that was originally published on the Page Reader in the Ripen the Page Magazine. This magazine is the brain child of…

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