January 29, 2017

It's a bit annoying to hear a big-time actor interviewed and they say that one of their parents was a "frustrated actor living in (name a city)." We live in cities we love and bring our "A" game to each performance or creation. Perhaps appreciation will come from one o...

January 28, 2017

After a few years of submitting plays to theatres and contests I've been rethinking my approach. A little bit of research along with some instinct tells me that I'm running out of time to try and win a competition. :-) It seems most successful playwrights have a relati...

January 27, 2017

I've always used a tape recorder to learn my lines. (I guess the word "tape" is becoming obsolete. "Audio recorder?") I usually record my lines and the cues separately. I strive to know my lines fairly well by the first rehearsal. It helps if the director has set a dat...

January 27, 2017


Cloud9 Memphis, specializing in plays produced by and about, ahem, the more seasoned among us, has agreed to produce my play Some Day for a Crown. I plan on putting a pdf of the play back on this site as soon as I've work...

January 27, 2017

I learn a long passage in several steps. First I make certain I understand exactly the meaning of the words I'm saying. For the audience or the other actors to understand what I'm talking about I must understand it. Second I sit in a chair, turn off all distractions, t...

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