In the past two months, I've gone to Hawaii, started a 40 hour a week job helping people, and read a bunch of books on theatre. Building a good foundation and all that.
My latest, tangible, theatre project opened last night at Live Theatre Workshop where I costumed Rob Urbinati's Death by Design. There are some fabulous hats involved, go take a peak!
I know I've made posts before, but this is an accountability post, darn it.
I am going to tell you what I am doing.
I am going to tell you thoughts I have if they're worth sharing. If I've learned anything from this week at the Kennedy Center, it's that you should know when to speak.
Oh, yeah, I just spent a week at the Kennedy Center under the tutelage of Mark Bly! Learning about new play development and how to be in the room. It was a fabulous space, filled with fabulous people that I am so glad to have met and hope to keep in touch with for a long time. These people really made me feel supported and helped me to look in new directions for my own work and way of living. Look how knowledgeable (read: exhausted) we all look. I'm so glad to be back, especially after my detour to Richmond where I got eaten alive by bugs (con) and became best friends with the cats at the Poe Museum (pro).