October 2, 2017

We go to the theatre to be truly present: with ourselves, with each other, with the actors, with the space, and with the story. But what is presence? It’s such a tricky word, filled with salesmanship and buzz.

I first experienced presence by accident (or let’s say provi...

September 25, 2017

As I write this blog post - long red nails obnoxiously tapping the keyboard, mic tape adhesive subtly stuck to my cheek, and remnants of bright lipstick still on my lips – I find myself almost joyful at the thought of how much I love theatre. We just concluded tech wee...

September 8, 2017

"Let's sell out by Labor Day!" I had said almost jokingly to co-founder and playwright, Micah Thompson, earlier this summer.

When we launched this crazy project, we new we had hit on a golden idea, we just didn't know if the Greenville community would think so too!

Wel...

April 14, 2014

Joan of Arc. As a child, I was fascinated by the Wishbone version’s sparkly tree and the dynamic but distantly ethereal Joan.

In last night’s show produced by Johnathan Schofield and Diana Little, I was moved by a heroic yet accessible and real woman - no sparkly tree n...

May 7, 2013

Dreams of Sonya, an original work by the gifted writer Micah Thompson, was performed as a two-woman show by Lindsay Morgan and Katrina Case at the Kroc Center, April 19th and 20th. First, I would like give a plot summary as simply as possible and then expound further o...

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