14 May 2013
My week to blog. Was working on my article on a flight back from visiting my mother when my laptop lost energy. LA FPI Blog.
16 April 2013
This week marks the 3rd anniversary of the Los Angeles Female Playwrights Blog. We're interviewing the playwrights who blog all week 15 - 21 April. Drop by at http://lafpi.com/about/blog/.
23 February 2013
My week to blog at LA FPI. LA FPI Blog.
6 December 2012
Blogging at LA FPI this week. Check it out, leave a comment. LA FPI Blog.
20 September 2012
Blogging while submitting is difficult, the energy it takes to put packages together leaves little for stories. But...there's always the second wind. My week to blog at LA FPI. LA FPI Blog.
30 June 2012
The reading went well. The talkback was exceptional. The audience and the actors were discussing the themes with me well after the reading. They didn't miss anything, not even my use of names. The best kind of audience and actors one could hope for at a reading. Everyone wants to see it on stage!!
However, because the building manager did not have me on the schedule, I was put in a room that most of the people coming to the reading weren't able to find. Yeah. It was a beautiful room though, a really intimate setting which I believe made the audience members more relaxed and willing to share their thoughts.
After finding out I had to cast the play two days before the reading (yeah) with only hours before the reading to go over the script, losing and gaining an actress an hour before call time, I was still humbled by the fact that one actress volunteered her boyfriend to stand in till all the actors arrived; turned out he was really good so I asked him to read the descriptions so I could listen to the whole play without distraction.
Then there was getting program printed - Howard University does not have any place a visitor can print. Yeah. So , it's miles off campus to FedEx I went. And that was an adventure, too...
All in all, the talkback made the drama worth it... Though less of it would have definitely been welcome.
24 June 2012
Landed in DC yesterday morning after taking the Red Eye (not suggested unless you have no other choice). Jetlagged, hungry, excited and annoyed (lack of sleep does this for me), I spent most of yesterday securing housing (thank God it worked out), buying towels and other toiletries, learning to ride the train (good thing I've been to New York, made it less stressful). The students that I have met so far on the campus are lovely. Made a friend. Hoping for a fantastic experience. THE GRASS WIDOW'S SON will be read on Thursday, 28 June at 7pm at the Howard University Blackburn Center.
14 May 2012
Howard University Blackburn Center, 2400 Sixth Street NW, Washington, DC is the new location for the reading of my play "The Grass Widow's Son" at the 3rd Annual DC Black Threatre Festival - New Works Reading Series. "The Grass Widow's Son" will be read on Thursday, 28 June at 7 pm.
24 April 2012
Weird thing about blogging. I spend a lot of time writing stuff that I don't always put up. LA FPI Blog.
6 April 2012
The Grass Widow's Son will be read on Thursday, 28 June 2012 at 7:00 pm at the Thurgood Marshall Center, 1816 12th Street Northwest, in Washington, DC as part of the DC Black Theatre Festival's New Works Reading Series.
13 February 2012
That time again...time to write on the LA FPI Blog.
5 December 2011
My week to blog. What to write...
6 October 2011
Doing the blogging thing again at LA FPI. LA FPI Blog.
20 September 2011
Blogging once more. Read "Timing..." on the LA FPI blog.
11 July 2011
Blogging for LA FPI again. You can read my blogs here.
24 May 2011
This is my week to blog at LA FPI. Still mulling over topics. Hope to have something up today. You can read it here.
2 March 2011
Next week I will be blogging for LAFPI again. But right now, LA FPI is celebrating it's One Year Anniversary. We have the Study results. There's a conversation piece with the co-founders. Well...just go read.
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