Monthly Archives: November 2014

To Walk Away

November 28th, 2014     Dear Reader, Sometimes you can try and try and try (and of course it’s always the ending) and then you realize that the only sensible thing to do is say fuck it and walk away.

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A Playwright in Jamaica

November 22nd 2014       Dear Reader, I have known about the connection between Noel Coward and Jamaica for many years and it has always been my dream to make a pilgrimage to his home. There are mausoleums for

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Theatre Like No Other

November 14, 2014   Dear Reader, This week I had an intense two-hour conversation with Laurie Steven, AD of Odyssey Theatre and Jan Irwin, Dramaturge, around the use of mask in my play Lysistrata and the Temple of Gaia.   There

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Finishing the Hat

November 7, 2014     Dear Reader, Stephen Sondheim, who needs no introduction, says in his book “Finishing the Hat”… “Finding appropriate rhymes that haven’t been used before is one of the few pleasures of lyric writing, an occupation consisting

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