Monthly Archives: July 2010

“The Observatory” Introduction

I am hosting the readthrough of “The Observatory” tonight and, in preparation, I wanted to jot down a couple of notes with which I could introduce the “mind” of the piece.  These notes conspired to become a full presetnation, which, … Continue reading

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“The Early Retirement of Vincent Truman”

When not practicing my deepest and most sincere humility, I am wont to occasionally troll through the internet in search of ‘Vincent Truman.’  The results that pique my interest, however, rarely have anything to do with me; the gentleman with … Continue reading

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Projects, Projects, Projects

As I ramp up towards the public readthrough/workshop for Draft 4 of the “The Observatory”, featuring many friends from many areas of that business called show, I am trying to figure out the best way to produce the thing (provided … Continue reading

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Video: “Future Imperfect”

A short bit of funny.

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The evolution of “The Observatory”, years in the making (or lack thereof), has been remarkably swift, due primarily to the wisest people I know, Lisa and Jennifer, the latter of which I have been fortunate enough to marry.  I know … Continue reading

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Sequels and Surgery

When writing a play, I often have to trick myself repeatedly. For instance, if I don’t have a good title and at least the main conflict/resolution worked out in my head, I cannot sit down and write anything. Of course, … Continue reading

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