Monthly Archives: August 2014

The American Experience

I just came back from the Catskill Mountains where I did a performance of one of my plays…it took me through many old memories both of my growing up and what I learned about my country through writers such as … Continue reading

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Robin Williams – A Comet in the Night

Robin Williams would tire any comet in the universe in his trajectory through his life. He was bright, quick and definitely cosmic. I wanted to act, but he acted, wrote and directed himself all in the same moment. One of … Continue reading

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STOP THE WORLD!!!

What a week with Ebola scaring people to death who will never even have the possibility of coming down with the disease and war breaking out over the globe…..and closer to home, myself just wondering whether a mosquito who bites … Continue reading

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Does Death Have A Voice?

Do we love zombies and vampires because they reassure us that death is a temporary but yet a reocurring problem? Death in my world doesn’t have risers…it has sleepers and sometimes ghosts that don’t do much to alleviate the fear … Continue reading

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