A woman and a man, centre stage, holding glasses, looking around in slight discomfort.
She freezes in position.
A: We met last night. We got introduced, forced to stand together in a room where we knew no one else. 1,670 more words
Does the title “Really Remarkable Romance” sound a little cheesy (or super cheesy)? It should! This short play’s power comes from its integration of light comedy with cutting insight, a blend that ultimately uncovers the hard truth about human selfishness and our ability to believe an illusion. 749 more words
Schedule today: Writing Parody and Satire with Donna Latham, and Equity, Diversity and Inclusion. Plus we watched some invited scene performances this evening.
What I learned: writing parody and satire in a group of my peers generally results in highly political material about (in most cases) the same five incidents. 75 more words