So you were probably expecting this soon enough, right? I’m launching a Kickstarter campaign to raise funds for the Rhode Island premier of How To Be A Lesbian in 10 Days or Less and the fall mini-tour to Myrtle Beach, New York, and New Orleans. It would be awesome if you would check it out and contribute and it would be equally as awesome if you would reblog this post and share information...
Anne Bogart Always →
Reading a post by theatre director Anne Bogart - who you many or may not know I adore - that I missed earlier this summer. I am always inspired and challenged as an artist when I read her writing, even something small like a blog post, but today I feel a little bit gratified. Assured. Even, strangely enough, praised. I finished a three-week long process of directing high school (and a few middle...
A couple of months ago I was invited to tell stories in a very small town. I...– Ivan Coyote, “One of these things is not like the other,” Xtra West - an excellent response to a reader about community, commonality, storytelling, art and duty. (via rkb)
I have been writing wildly different drafts of this for a really long time; I don’t think this piece is for performance. That’s what I was initially gunning for, but this is something I feel pretty proud of tonight as a piece of writing for readers to experience instead and have decided I would like to share. It may be a little precious - in tone and content and then, in another...
I made this. I am free. Eileen Myles, Inferno
United Solo Festival →
Um. You can buy tickets for my show in New York online starting today. What?
This is probably more important than the things I... →
maybe i have a problem, thats not what i wanted to... →
This is sometimes what it feels like, right?
Leigh. Late-Twenties, USA
Perusing a tumblr blog - because I certainly don’t have other things to work on this morning - and the blog’s owner described herself as, “Teenager, USA.” I like it. As if teenager is a place. Because it sort of is a place. Even if I have some sort of oh-my-god-I’ll-be-thirty-in-two-years kind of crisis now and again, I’m still really glad I don’t live in...