Like, Totally Killer!: ‘MacBitch’ by The Breadbox

Knowing when to forego Shakespeare proves the ultimate winning move in the final show from Breadbox Theatre. Continue reading Like, Totally Killer!: ‘MacBitch’ by The Breadbox

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In For a Penny: I Die a little Inside

Originally posted on San Francisco Theater Pub:
Charles Lewis III, waiting to be picked. “The problem is that those of us who are lucky enough to do work that we love are sometimes cursed with too damn much of it.” ― Terry Gross, All I Did Was Ask: Conversations with Writers, Actors, Musicians, and Artists You ever get the feeling that you’re the one kid on the playground not picked to play kickball? Never mind the fact that they actually need you in order to have an even number of players on both teams; or that you’ve been practicing by… Continue reading In For a Penny: I Die a little Inside

In For a Penny: Of Olympic Proportions – My Twitter-fied Script

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“Right side and with intensity, okay?” “Is that everything? It seemed like he said quite a bit more than that.” – Sofia Coppola’s Lost in Translation There’s no way I’ll be able to top yesterday’s anecdote about Meryl Streep dreams, but I empathize with the plight of my fellow ‘Pub columnist. As you read these words, I’m mere hours away from the first rehearsal for my Poseidon-based script, The Adventures of Neptune: In Color! It’s one of the few things I’ve written for which I’ve felt genuine optimism once it was done. And… Continue reading In For a Penny: Of Olympic Proportions – My Twitter-fied Script

In For a Penny: Of Olympic Proportions – Can you Macarena?

Originally posted on San Francisco Theater Pub:
Charles Lewis III, lining it up. All men, mostly White – this is the LEAST likely line-up for Olympians auditions. “Give [the audience] pleasure – the same pleasure they have when they wake up from a nightmare.” – Alfred Hitchcock, Asbury Park NJ Press (13 August 1974) Home stretch, folks. After nearly a year of plotting, outlining, fundraising, and writers burning pages from our own scripts before we tear out our hair and shout to the heavens in futility, we’re now kicking into gear. This past Monday was the final pre-festival meeting of… Continue reading In For a Penny: Of Olympic Proportions – Can you Macarena?