Social Media writing

The following is a small collection of posts that I’ve been hired to create for the social media pages of various companies and organizations. Zackees (2014-2015) Property Connect (2014) 24/7 Inktoner (2015-2016) I also ghost-wrote 24/7 Inktoner’s tech-related blog (under the alias of webmaster “Steven Leigh”) from 2015-2016. The blog can be found here. More samples available upon request. Continue reading Social Media writing

In For a Penny: Only if You Mean It

Originally posted on San Francisco Theater Pub:
Charles Lewis III checks in one last time. My first time at the ‘Pub, Feb. 2010 “Livin’ here in this brand new world might be a fantasy But its taught me to love So it’s real to me And I’ve learned that we must look inside our hearts to find A world full of love Like yours, like mine, like…” – “Home” from The Wiz, Charlie Smalls, et al. I’ve been drafting this final dispatch from the magical ‘Pub HQ since mid-September. I assumed it would be my final entry in December. Then… Continue reading In For a Penny: Only if You Mean It

In For a Penny: Playground Rules

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Charles Lewis III, a perspective on perspective. “[W]hat is it that constrains the individual to fear his neighbor, to think and act like a member of a herd, and to have no joy in himself?” – Friedrich Nietzsche, Untimely Meditations I think it’s safe to say at this point that every theatre person I know took some time out last week to read the Chicago Reader’s exposé on Profiles Theatre. (In the days that followed, Profiles’ AD Darrell Cox released a response statement on the theatre’s official Facebook page, but as of this… Continue reading In For a Penny: Playground Rules

In For a Penny: What do I Stand for?

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Charles Lewis III, wondering where he fits in. A square peg forced into a round hole. 3D render with HDRI lighting and raytraced textures. “The moment when someone attaches you a philosophy or a movement, then they assign all of the baggage and all of the philosophy that goes with it to you. And when you want to have a conversation, they will assert that they already know everything important there is to know about you because of that association. And that’s not the way to have a conversation.” – Neil deGrasse Tyson,… Continue reading In For a Penny: What do I Stand for?

In For a Penny: The All-Seeing Eye

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Charles Lewis III SEES YOU. “O for a Muse of fire, that would ascend The brightest heaven of invention, A kingdom for a stage, princes to act And monarchs to behold the swelling scene!” – William Shakespeare, Henry V, Act I, Sc. 1 I was originally going to write this post about the similarities between professional sports and theatre – what with baseball season now in full swing, the Warriors kickin’ ass in the play-offs, and Wrestlemania a few weeks back (the latter would have included several nods to my ‘Pub colleague and… Continue reading In For a Penny: The All-Seeing Eye

Theater Around the Bay: Tossing the Baby and Bathwater

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Today’s guest blog is by Charles Lewis III, who returns with a record number of links in one article. In olden times they had to make their own fun. “So the conservative who resists change is as valuable as the radical who proposes it — perhaps as much more as the roots are more vital than grafts. It is good that new ideas should be heard, for the sake of the few that can be used; but it is also good that new ideas should be compelled to go through the mill of… Continue reading Theater Around the Bay: Tossing the Baby and Bathwater