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Fleabag

Fleabag

Once in a while a show comes along that is poised to change television for the better. Fleabag is that type of show. And I was so thrilled with it, I just wanted to throw this out into the ether so people can get hip to it. All six episodes of the first series are Continue reading Fleabag

It Holds Up

It Holds Up

In September of 1994 the wounds were still too fresh. Sounding like Kurt Cobain was a sore spot for a lot of people. But the legacy of any good artist is their influence and in the case of Kurt Cobain, we saw that influence almost immediately from Australia’s Silverchair. Made when they were teens, their Continue reading It Holds Up

I Joined AA

I Joined AA

No, no, not Alcoholics Anonymous…Assholes Anonymous. The 12 Steps of Assholes Anonymous We admitted we were assholes—that we’ve done really asshole-ish things to people and kinda feel bad about it…sometimes. Came to believe that while we are assholes, there are plenty of BIGGER assholes and that helps us keep our sanity. Made a decision to Continue reading I Joined AA

“Results”

“Results”

Last Tuesday my one-act play, Results, was included as part of the ongoing reading series Under Rehearsed, sponsored by the Rising Sun Performance Company in Brooklyn, New York. Cast: Andrea Cordaro – Mrs. Ferguson Trey K. Blackburn – Mr. Ferguson Larry Gutman – Dr. Gladstone Directed by Kathleen Schlemmer Casting & RSP Intern – Michael Witkes Continue reading “Results”

The One Who Left Early

The One Who Left Early

What follows is mostly true. Except for the parts that aren’t. I didn’t like Dayton, Ohio. Being the world headquarters for NCR and having a heavy IBM presence, most suburbs were pretty transient; white-collar corporate transient more than flagrant vagrancy. Families came and went pretty regularly so you learned not to get too attached. Thankfully, Continue reading The One Who Left Early