Since 2019 I have been working on a short film adaptation of a play written by the man who wrote Peter Pan, J.M. Barrie. The play is called "Dear Brutus" which is a reference to a line of dialogue taken from Shakespeare's Julius Caesar. Some days I think, "Really Ebony? J.M. Barrie? Shakespeare? For the… Continue reading A Writer’s Reflection on Her Adaptation of a Classic
@markharrisnyc for Vulture Magazine - "Privately, I’ve heard those in charge discuss everything from slashing prices dramatically in order to encourage full houses to actively discouraging full houses by selling only one-third of seats; my takeaway is simply that theater people are as baffled as the rest of us by what might come next." We… Continue reading Theatrical dreams in the time of Rona
I Can Do That Since I was in college I have wanted to produce. Producing always seemed like a daunting task bigger than I could comprehend. In order to squelch my fears the goal for many years had been to work in a production company so that I could learn the ropes. The opportunity to… Continue reading Who’s Behind The Photo?
“Ideas are driven by a single impulse: to be made manifest.” - Elizabeth Gilbert What should we talk about? I was late as usual to meet my friend. I get to the coffee shop and she's already there with her Iced Green tea and I yell, "Hello!" and run into the shop to get my… Continue reading Making A Podcast: The Good, The Bad & The Vampires
Session three will be taught by Gabra Zackman, Actress, Audio-book Reader, Published Author, Educator and Prenatal Yogi. I chose Gabra for our February Professor because she's the Queen of Romance. You can listen to Gabra's velvety voice read a romance novel to you on Audible.com or any other major audio-bookseller. If you'd rather have a book… Continue reading “How To Be A Wizard” Session 3: Part 1 Professor Gabra Zackman
Don't be a Poser It's February and that means my gym is filled with people who have resolved to lose weight in 2016. I usually get aggravated when I see the influx of people who make my gym extra smelly and hot because I know by March or April they'll be gone. I don't make… Continue reading Getting Started in 2016: Goals vs. Resolutions
The Beast of Perfectionism Day two of my Playwriting class and I won't let them read the script I wrote. Why? Perfectionism. Perfectionism tells us that we have to know a certain amount or have done certain things to be qualified. It says that we might not hit the ground running with everyone knowing who… Continue reading Chase the Sun – Do Work You Love!