Monthly Archives: June 2011

Process… I love the process

I was watching the Idaho Repertory Theatre for Youth showcase tonight and the director of the program introduced the show by saying that for her, youth theatre is about process. The kids were so much fun to watch. It brightened … Continue reading

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First rehearsal… Some thoughts about parsing text

Here’s what I shared with the cast after our first night of table-work tonight: The grasp of the text was great in general for a first reading, but we all had some moments of “what the hell am I saying?” … Continue reading

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First rehearsal tonight… I’m so excited

So, in a few hours, a good chunk of the cast will be together for the first time. It will be a fairly typical first rehearsal. Introductions. Logistics. A few words from me. A few words about words. Then we’ll … Continue reading

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A rough rendering…

This is to scale. It’s not a design, but it shows how some elements might work.

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I read a book about words and I wrote words about words…

I love words. I’m a writer and a reader. What follows is a bit esoteric, but it’s important, I think… at least to me. Here goes. I just finished reading a book called Embassytown by China Mieville and I have … Continue reading

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Some 3D doodling

Just a quick Sketchup sketch…

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