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Burnt Njál (Unfinished)

The Story of Burnt Njál, or Njál’s Saga is a 13th century Icelandic work of prose that I began adapting into poetic form sometime after working on and performing Shakespeare’s… 2,666 more words


How I Came to be Lawfully Wed

In my last year of undergraduate studies, I was introduced to Anton Chekhov when I performed in Wendy Wasserstein’s one-act play The Man in a Case… 1,776 more words


Fri. Dec. 30, 2016: Play Deadline Met, Buh-bye 2016!

Friday, December 30, 2016
Waxing Moon
Mercury Retrograde
Seventh Day of Hannukah
Fifth Day of Christmas
Fifth Day of Kwanzaa
Sunny and cold

I’ve had my head down to finish JUST A DROP. 313 more words

Wed. Dec. 28, 2016: Dark Moon & Playwrighting

Wednesday, December 28, 2016
Dark Moon
Mercury Retrograde
Third Day of Christmas
Third Day of Kwanzaa
Fifth Day of Hannukah
Cloudy and mild

Tired, but all good. 110 more words

Tues. Dec. 27, 2016: Calm Holiday, Making Plans

Tuesday, December 27, 2016
Day before Dark Moon
Mercury Retrograde
Second Day of Christmas
Second Day of Kwanzaa
Fourth Day of Hannukah
Stormy, windy, rainy, mild… 441 more words

Flag on the Play

You dodged a bullet. We recently welcomed a new dog into the family, and I could write 1500 words about how cute and smart he is, easy. 1,614 more words

The Joys of a Poet

(And His Arrival at this Most Minuscule of Positions)

I cross the Ohio everyday.

Of the many experiences I remember of my theater years, the most compelling occurred on stage.  1,319 more words