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Setting in Place: A Scene at Surfer Joe

The first class was all about where we come from and the development of the right set for our play. Apparently, the place where we come from and the ones we have lived in or explored play an immense role in our writing. 529 more words


Why I Write About Rape

Jodie Foster made a brilliant and much-needed statement recently about the over-reliance male writers/directors have on rape as a plot device and explanation for female motivation. 830 more words


Never Give Up Premieres at King’s Shorts

Sometimes even those without talent have a driving ambition to succeed. That’s the theme behind my play: Never Give Up – a ten minute comedy about going after your dreams. 9 more words


Monday Funday

In The Studio

What better way to cruise into a new week than working on projects in the studio.  Yesterday was Monday– a studio day, when the EC artists are working on personal visual and performing arts projects. 276 more words

Developmental Disabilities

My Guest Piece in "The Dramatist"

Writers often get the question, “So what are you working on?” and most of us enjoy answering with our latest project.

But what’s even more interesting is not when people ask “What,” but when people ask “Why.” “ 703 more words

Stage/Playwriting Expression of Interest

We are asking for expression of interest in the following opportunity:

Ant Stones, the wonderful educator/writer/director currently running Shakespeare drama classes for Woking Home Education Group, is offering an opportunity for children to be involved in Stage/Play Writing. 262 more words

Last Testament: Jakob

You’re on the outside of this. You were never the one on the inside of it all. You ask what was going through my mind? Nothing. 898 more words