Formatting Is Fun! No, Seriously!

This past summer I worked as the Books Program intern at Theatre Communications Group, an organization which you should ALL know about. TCG is a non-profit based out of NYC which binds regional theatres across the US, providing resources and funding for many, many artists. Additionally, TCG has a books department which publishes trade editions […]

Rick and Morty and Harmon and Roiland: Part 2

Rick and Morty and Harmon and Roiland: Part 2

Welcome back, folks. Now that I’ve validated your love for Rick and Morty, I’m gonna challenge it. Hey, what does James Baldwin say, friends? He says: “The role of the artist is exactly the same as the role of the lover. If I love you, I have to make you conscious of the things you […]

Take 17! 18! 19!

As we wind down tech for Agamemdawn, I find myself reflecting on three things. One, I have still not figured out how to spell Aggamemnonn. Two, a statement that our director opened tech with: “Some actors use this time to be extra creative. As you run things over and over for the technical elements, you […]

a tale of two techs

This semester I have been taking an Audio Fundamentals class with David Remedios. The man is a sound genius; he has designed over fifty productions at the ART and worked on shows at La Jolla Playhouse, Commonwealth Shakespeare, the Actors Theatre of Louisville, Theatre for a New Audience, and countless others around the country. He […]

Neurodiversity: To Medicate or Not to Medicate

To justify why this is the place to put this content – Neurodiversity is something I engage with in the content of my artistic endevors and also think about when in the room working with others. I think neurodiversity is an necessary thing to consider with some gusto since we work in a very collaborative […]

Collaboration….Generosity of Spirit….

CW: Suicide A student-run theatre group, On Broadway, is putting on a production of Spring Awakening this semester. I’d heard this sometime over the last month but had not given it a second thought really until now. I was in a production of Spring Awakening in October of 2013 with Newton South High School. Wake […]


“The lights are much brighter there You can forget all your troubles, forget all your cares So go downtown, things’ll be great when you’re Downtown, no finer place for sure Downtown everything’s waiting for you” This song by Petula Clark seems to ring true for playwright Kyle Chua in his new play, Downtown. The lights […]