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“Mine” Field (Reflections on a Play)

“You need a win,” my fiancee Sarah observed. And, like on so many situations, she was right. Yet for a long time, it didn’t look like that would be probable. “Mine”, my play about the life of a woman following … Continue reading

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“Mine”: A Few More Thousand Words

As we lurch towards our last of nine performances at the Chicago Fringe Festival 2016 (4pm on Sunday, September 11), I thought I would share a second collection of stills, all courtesy of my favorite cinematographer, Richard Smith. If you’re … Continue reading

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Single Again For The First Time 4: Divorce Support Group

In my fourth experimental ten-minute minicast, I chat about the Irish and St. Patrick’s day, my divorce support group and its shifting significance, those who leave and those who don’t, assholery, responsibility and a recap of a date.  Grab a cup … Continue reading

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