It’s May! The lovely month of May, when the anticipation of warm days and bright sunshine befall us. And those tulips! Color everywhere!So this spring giddiness makes it hard to circle in and settle down but as I am enjoying this effervescence of spirit I am still forging forward, albeit slowly, with my narration class.
Moving ahead with my audiobook narration class with Elise Arsenault, and learning so much. There’s a lot to acquaint myself on the technical end, but the actual vocals I am very comfortable with. It’s a new world however, and I am excited to dive in as deep as I can, hopeful in a few months to be recording for audio book writers.
A year ago, March 9th, was a public reading of my play The Qualifiers. It was the last public reading The Playground Experiment had.For all of us, this has been some year, but I am going to focus on the year ahead.
It’s snowing. I like it. You can catch your breath when you are in the middle of a storm and you are inside.
Thank goodness. We have turned the page, and although it’s been scary, I am hopeful for a positive year ahead.
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.
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?
The relentless movement of 2020 continues, and we try to stay with our heads above the water. The final cut of Nelson Crouch’s Terrific Mother is done, and thanks to…
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.
The summer has hit with hot humid days that make it hard to concentrate. Nevertheless, I have almost got A SINGLE SHOT in shape to begin submitting and that has been my focus this past month.