December 2020

I was really happy with the reading of The Blank Page and while I intended it to be a short little play unto itself, I’m seriously toying with writing more ‘episodes’ and seeing what happens. I’m pretty certain that’s what I’m going to do.

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November 2020

Take a deep breath - that’s what I keep saying to myself. And, hold onto the light.

Okay, while the world spins I at least have some little fun things to share. Next week my short play, The Blank Page, will be read at the Playground Experiment’s Monday night Volumes # 129 by a rooster of wonderful actors. It will be interesting to see how it translates to a zoom performance, as three of the characters in it are mice, but, hey, why not?

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September 2020

I feel like I’ve been running a race or fallen down the rabbit hole, but September always brings me a sigh of relief for some reason. I’m quite certain I am not alone in the way I feel, and I hope that everyone can pause to take a breath and just enjoy the moment. We’ve made it this far.

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July 2020

The month has gotten away from me, but progress has been made. And, fortunately everyone I know, myself included, is well and healthy.

That almost seems enough to write about.

I am however, in the midst of re-formatting a play I wrote and produced 9 years ago, A SINGLE SHOT, as I am planning on submitting it to theaters around the country ...

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April 2020

It’s hard to know quite what to say. I’m grateful to be able to write this for one thing. Having the task of writing my monthly blog seems a wonderful luxury and privilege - hope I come up with something fitting. 

One thing  we all have now is extra time, some more than others, but again, lucky for me, as a writer having time is a gift that at times has been a rare commodity. 

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