Light, and light, and light. It seems like it would be nice, but I don’t know how to pace myself. I’m accustomed to my geography forcing the pacing onto me, forcing me to slow down. More and more I realize, I don’t take intentional down-time. “Laziness” or any activity without a productive byproduct is ingrained in me as immoral. Rest is immoral. People who rest don’t make it. People who rest miss their chances. People who don’t rest, catch all the luck. People who don’t give up, and don’t rest, and catch all their luck may have to take lots of drugs to maintain it. Some die young. These are risks taken willingly.
As some of you know, I have just completed my performance of SALIERI’S WOMEN; monologues I wrote in the process of rehearsing for AMADEUS, the award-winning play by playwright Peter […]
I know it’s been a while. For those of you who have waited MONTHS….MONTHS for me to post something about what’s happening in Australia, I’m sure by now you’ve stopped […]
Warning: this is longer than usual and has less pictures, but it is so so worth it! I’m particularly proud of the bits of writing that go on to inspire […]
Joseph Campbell had a theory about the world’s mythologies containing a similar hero’s journey by which a man (or woman) may have an adventure and be transformed by their experiences. […]
As my second of two blog posts reviewing two very different sold out performances, I explore “lowbrow” art. It might seem to some that the easily accessible shows that have […]
All of us have been exposed at some point to art we found so inaccessible, so abstract or symbolic or random that we couldn’t make heads or tails of what […]
Updated: So I saw this film last Friday at Northwest Film Forum. It plays until March 6th, TOMORROW, for those of you who are reading this with no notice (all […]