Yesterday I was grateful for:
Posted in Gratitude, Non-fiction, Prose
Tagged actors, confidence, dancing, friends, fruit loop, help, helping, herb, sick, solstice, sore throat, strangers, toke, weed
A lot has happened to me as of late: experienced a repossession, opened a show, had some mind expansion and some good growth. Life has been challenging of late and writing has not been something I was able to focus on every day, but that’s changed. Below is the account I have for the last five days, my offering for the Challenge Numbers. I have tried to maintain the traditional theme of nature in them, though my definition of “nature” may be broad.
Hope you enjoy,
Posted in NaPoWriMo, Non-fiction, Personal, Poetry, Theology, Traditional
Tagged actors, bus, car, haiku, Hillel, Judaism, napowrimo, napowrimo 2013, NaPoWriMo2013, poetry, religion, repossession, theatre, Torah
So – I have been keeping up with the Challenge but have been super-busy and under-the-weather. Took a health day today and stayed in bed (and on my computer) working. That “time-off” was well spent in that I now have Days 28, 29, and 30 edited and formatted, just waiting for your perusal! Like in all the other posts, read the play by clicking the title. Hope you enjoy!
Posted in #31plays31days, #31Plays31Days, Fiction, Love, Non-fiction, Opinion, Personal, Plays, Prose, Theology, World Events
Tagged #31plays31days, actors, auditions, Bible, blood, comedy, cum, damnation, death, Erica Griffin, eyes, fatherhood, fiction, fights, happiness, hate, healing, heart, heartache, hell, history, hope, humor, Jean-Paul Sartre, Judaism, Las Vegas, life, light, Love, memory, motherhood, mythology, No Exit, passion, personal, plays, religion, Satan, science, sex, skin, skin cells, sperm, Tarot, technology, theater, University of Pittsburgh, wisdom, writing
Here’s another pre-Challenge prompt I set for myself: a rehearsal goes awry. Build has way more characters than I initially thought it needed, and didn’t quit follow the initial outline, but I think it’s funny nonetheless. It’s called such because the problems keep building on each other. It flowed out pretty quickly – hope you dig.
Posted in #31plays31days, #31Plays31Days, Fiction, Plays, Prose
Tagged #31plays31days, actors, comedy, direction, funny, humor, mishaps, play, plays, rehearsal, theater
Sounds of feet clinking on a catwalk,
Sneakers, boots, fleet-feeting forward,
Called to action by digital clowns in designer suits,
Repeating endlessly to another crew the same thing,
“Despite Costello’s slip up…”
“Welcome to the soft count room….”
Posted in NaPoWriMo, Personal, Poetry, Traditional
Tagged actors, brutality, children, designer suit, entertainers, eye in the sky, Las Vegas, make-believe., Mob Experience, script, suits, thrift store, tourists, Tropicana Hotel