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The Director's Cut

I did a little writing for “Say, Amen” tonight.  I can’t put my hands on why this script don’t just flow, from within.  Sometimes, I feel like, I’m “mocking the church” or I’ve never been a victim of sexual assault so it’s hard to connect with my main character, creatively.  753 more words

How the Ghost of You Clings (PWC Reading)

I’m baaaaack! Hello, theater blogging world. After a much needed rest, I am back in the new year to continue sharing my thoughts on theater. I took some time to focus on mental health and my own writing. 704 more words

Twin Cities Theater

Call for Bayonne playwrights

The Bayonne Theater Company, a nonprofit theater group, is searching for short comedy plays from the Bayonne community for the group’s upcoming “Comedy Playwrights’ Project” in the spring at Grace Lutheran Church.The group’s five past performances have been written mostly by group members, but it wants to tap into the Bayonne community for diamonds in the rough. 163 more words


“Just try new things. Don't be afraid. Step out of your comfort zones and soar, all right?” (Michelle Obama)

A little while ago I went to see Edward St Aubyn interviewed and he was every bit as witty and compelling as I’d hoped. He mentioned that he finds dialogue the easiest part of writing, and an audience member asked him if he’d consider writing a play. 1,180 more words


Ricardo Soltero-Brown

Name: Ricardo Soltero-Brown

Hometown: Born in Washington, D.C.

Current Town: Orlando, FL

Affiliations: University of South Florida, B.A.; Horizon Theatre Company, playwright apprentice 2014-2015

Q: How do you self-identify? 817 more words

How Theatre, Film, and TV Can End Sexual Harassment

During Thanksgiving, I was having a conversation with a very liberal family member. He was adamant that he supported and believed women. Then he immediately went on to tell me that women are exaggerating about sexual harassment. 1,632 more words