DON’T BE AFRAID OF NOT KNOWING WHAT TO DO (ACT ONE: EARLY YEARS UP TO 1999)

There is a moment between a director and cast and crew that can get excruciatingly stressful because the show has to go on, whether you are ready or not, and the director doesn’t know what to do to make the show good. The actors might feel like they are about to be completely humiliated in… Read more »


INFLUENCES BRECHT AND CAROLE BURNETT (ACT ONE: EARLY YEARS UP TO 1999)

Two of my biggest influences from my childhood and early adulthood are the German playwright and director, (and theatre revolutionary), Bertolt Brecht, and the American comedienne and producer, Carole Burnett. Brecht had the knowledge about making art during revolutionary times and he advanced the art form fully into the 20th century. And that body of… Read more »