One of the things I love most about writing and blogging (and consequently theatre as a whole) is the chance … Continue reading Mississippi *@!!?*@!
I recently came across a piece from MPR News entitled, “Event Remembers Black Family Terrorized in South Minneapolis.” Tenderly, I … Continue reading The Real Life Younger Family of Minneapolis
Last year I was in a play called Mary’s Wedding by Stephen Massicotte. The play is an epic, sweeping love story that … Continue reading This Performance is Dedicated to Joseph Doyle
“…Go on, I’ve had enough, dump my blues down in the gulf She loves you, Big River, more than me.” … Continue reading Driving Through Dixie, Part III
The next morning I awoke in Tupelo and was greeted with freezing temperatures. These temperatures, in fact, loved me so … Continue reading Driving Through Dixie, Part II
Last Thursday I began a road trip from my home in St. Cloud, Florida (just south of Orlando) to Memphis, … Continue reading Driving Through Dixie, Part I
Oh, how we tire of pools of light Too deep to see the beams. Yet take fancied flight under clipped … Continue reading Oh, How We Tire…