Welcome to my learning curve!
Ten days ago, I launched my first ever interview podcast via the Artist Soapbox. Today, I published my first… 898 more words
1 week, 5 days ago
The Peacock and the Nightingale
It has been a wonderful journey working on this play with Get Over It Productions, the all female London based theatre company who famously perform Shakespeare with female only casts. 805 more words
1 month, 3 weeks ago
Rob Hayes Writes Plays
A patio. Sturdy, modern outdoor dining furniture. Behind, a door into the kitchen of a new-build semi. Beyond, a garden currently undergoing renovation.
Nick and Donna Doyle sit at the table. 16,031 more words
by Aisha Josiah
Recently, I’ve heard an interesting refrain from male friends who have seen the newly released Wonder Woman film. It sounds something like: “After watching those fight scenes, I kinda wish I was a girl.” 761 more words
2 months, 2 weeks ago
Bill's General Thoughts
Kate and I sat at in the darkened Chapel Street Players Playhouse at about 8 p.m.. The house was mostly full.
When Bethany Miller laid down, wrapped in an old Army olive drab Army blanket my chest tightened a bit. 375 more words
4 months, 3 weeks ago
Anne M. Holmes
Okay, this is going to be short and oh, so sweet.
A sold out opening night last night. A great house. And we fucking killed… 117 more words
6 months, 2 weeks ago
Dave Writes Stuff
Write a play that never ends. Bonus points if you don’t make it cynical
Whilst at work I thought about the reasons “Why” a play would have no ending. 1,488 more words
7 months, 2 weeks ago