Keep On Keeping On

In my next life, I want to be a rock star. There is no doubt that my passion is theater. However, when I was growing up, I wasn’t standing in my bedroom spouting monologues or even singing showtunes. Nope. I drove my parents crazy blasting my cassettes of Motley Crue, Skid Row and Lita Ford. … Continue reading Keep On Keeping On

Striving for Perfection is an Unrealistic Expectation

And I should know. I am a perfectionist and thereby I am constantly disappointed. My tendency to plan everything to the minute and to the way I want it to be inevitably falls apart. I am aware of this unrealistic expectation and have been working through it. How? By reminding others that flawlessness doesn’t exist. When I hear it … Continue reading Striving for Perfection is an Unrealistic Expectation

When You Lose Your Dreams, You Die

 Strong statement. I read it in an e-mail forward I received this week about living life to the fullest. I have lived by that idea for as long as I can remember. I actually said I would die for theater twice in conversation this week. It sounds so melodramatic but in my heart and soul … Continue reading When You Lose Your Dreams, You Die

The Attraction of Promotion or The Promotion of Attraction: Fraternal Twins They Be

This week I did some promoting of my upcoming show, See How They Run. Even though I am solely directing, I can't help but think like a producer. The timer goes off and I know that I have to send an email to my supporters, send information about the show to my press contacts, as well … Continue reading The Attraction of Promotion or The Promotion of Attraction: Fraternal Twins They Be

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