Tag Archives: Theatre

Reflecting on Floyd Collins


“Floyd Collins,” an off-broadway play that debuted in 1996, is one of the most intricate performances imaginable. It is a choreographer’s nightmare combined with an awkward musical score…a challenge for any actor. Still, tonight’s performance at the state theater proved … Continue reading

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Interlude


Just a short note to say I am actively writing my newest play…I have reached a point in the play where the plot, characters, etc are all worked out- it is editing and lighting/sound I’m working on…so, nothing external now … Continue reading

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Has Anyone Seen My Imaginary Dog?


No one asks me anymore if I get lonely; it must be my age or a misunderstanding. Or perhaps, just perhaps, the world is collapsing into a void of black hole-indifference. But more likely, my colleagues and acquaintances believe my … Continue reading

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