Today I Wrote: November 4, 2014

Pages from a BRAND NEW PLAY about the First Man and the Last Man and also sort of space and sea travel. This is a little monologue from The First Woman.

WOMAN
Once, a bird gave me a nut. It flew from the sky and landed at my feet with a nut in its mouth and gave it to me. And I thanked the bird and it flew away. And I have held onto that nut since I was young. I don’t know what it is for but it is from heaven. I hold onto it and hold onto it and sometimes at night by the fire I just set it very very close to my eyes so it’s the only thing I can see. I can’t even see my man or my babies. I just look at the nut. It is brown and smooth and shiny near the fire. I love it.

When you google image search "sea of stars" you get this photo of bioluminescent plankton from the Maldives. (source:  The Independent )

When you google image search "sea of stars" you get this photo of bioluminescent plankton from the Maldives. (source: The Independent)



Metrics:
2.5 pages
1183 words

I'm Officially an Emerging Playwright!

Very very excited to be able to officially say that I'm going to be participating in Pipeline Theatre Company's PlayLab 2014-15 this season. Alongside the exciting talents of Salty Brine, Sarah Einspanier, Adam Fried, Jerry Leiblich, Rachel Music, and Jeremy Wine. Super cool!

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I'm writing a play that's sort of about man and myth and science and space and time travel and I can't say much more about it because I literally don't know and isn't that exciting! We're official. We're hip. We're with it. We're Pipeline's PlayLab Class of 2015.