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Monthly Archives: April 2015
I’ve thought it but never stated it publicly. I am a total, 100% thief. Admittedly, I have to truly be honest, I love it. I never imagined truly stealing so much over the last two months, but there we are, … Continue reading
That is exactly what you thought when you entered the hall leading into the auditorium from the Fine Arts Center lobby Friday April 24th – a true transformation. Lights that led into the back stage, and as I followed this … Continue reading
As you know, there is not much awareness in sensing the difference between seeing, versus feeling, there obviously is a distinct difference. On that same vein, there is the fact that simply seeing, great, but what a treasure when you … Continue reading
There is always a shifting inside when I am realizing the finishing touches of something amazing, that came together, are concluding. Usher in the amazing finesse of Into the Woods and seeing a diverse group if individuals coming together, to … Continue reading
Moments can be simply just that – a fairy tale – fleeting and all too fast, yet the flip side to moments are this – they hold so many valuable and memorable aspects of life – … Continue reading
When the interesting point was made by the Baker that perhaps the path had strayed from Little Red Riding Hood, the whole premise for seeing things differently is set. In one’s life, you seem to only realize too late you … Continue reading
Anyone attending the preview show yesterday for Into the Woods, AND the Gala on April 9th would know there was something a mist (sorry, bad joke, AMIDST really) . Yet, as the mist did reel in, you could almost … Continue reading
“There is a tenderness just below the surface and the production team, cast, tech, directors, producers, all, manage to help you through it all in this production.” Okay, I admit, it. I was afraid my own mind, emotions, and experience … Continue reading
In listening to the RadioLab Article that ties writing to Erick Gordon, and an AMAZING – A M A Z I N G story that ties my own experience with a certain ring round my neck – and a story of finding something so incredibly valuable beside the road and wow – my inner soul that loves writing – connected with the power of words – and hence, the whole lesson of writing and how it can touch lives – is a superb lesson in learning and what paths it can take if allowed to grow, and it could all start within a classroom! Continue reading
As with much, at the beginning of an adventure, you seemingly have all the time in the world. By the passing of days that seem like minutes. the end of the week arrives and you wonder. whoa. I missed much … Continue reading