• Directing Controversy

    When I first chose to direct A Raisin in the Sun I wanted to put the show on because I had the right students to make it happen. The demographics of the school supported an all black cast of actors, and I thought it a wonderful opportunity to put on a timely show. Lorraine Hansberry’s script…

  • Why Do I Need A Monologue?

    Years ago, when I was pursuing the stage, I was told by my mentor to always have a couple of monologues ready to go – preferably one comic and another tragic, perhaps contemporary or classical, even better always carry one of each in your back pocket and have them all memorized. Have a resource of…

  • In A Short Minute*

    Life ends simple bitter finale minutes before our ideas thrive in the mind of┬áthe present For the nether a mystique in soul, deep resonate despair. We want control of that scope beyond, infinite magic. Sweet mystery is love, realistic to the wakeful eye, more impactful in fear, when our lives become measured. A life spent…

  • Stable Motive

    What, tell me, what! What does it mean to find separation to compartmentalize, to be able to suggest to yourself its your forte and nothing else no excuses no redos no you cannot feel bad there are no allowances for human error. Life suggests we disconnect when our needs are met, the task at hand…

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