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You can get Blood Promises and Other Commitments on Amazon.
. . . men act and women appear. Men look at women. Women watch themselves being looked at. This determines not only most relations between men and women but also the relation of women to themselves. The surveyor of woman in herself is male: the surveyed female. Thus she turns herself into an object — … Continue reading
So, it;s been out for a while and I just realized that I never announced the release of my game demo! The download is being hosted here: http://agent-mahoney.itch.io/sins-of-the-flesh and there's a little more info on the game website here.
by Charlotte Perkins Gilman
I was recently involved in a student project for a 3 camera class (3 cameras seems to be the preferred shooting method of sitcoms) and it was both educational and a lot of fun. To be truthful, I've been pretty snobby toward student projects in the past. Previous experience has taught me that these shoots … Continue reading Student Projects
We opened last Saturday to a modest audience. I think we did well for a holiday weekend. Also, you should totally come check it out. I'll bet you a dollar that I am the best historical canine reenactor you have ever seen (I get to play Cortaud). Here's a link to my first LA stage … Continue reading Witch Ball Opens at Zombie Joe’s Underground
I was fortunate enough to be chosen as part of the cast for an experimental play at Zombie Joe's Underground. The piece, Witch Ball is told in a series of vignettes that follow a timeline spanning several hundred years. It begins with the creation of the titular witch ball and explores the role it plays in … Continue reading Witch Ball at Zombie Joe’s Underground
My sister-in-law has a bun in the oven. This marks the end of my son being the only grandchild. It will be a hard fall from the spotlight . . . . Actually, I think he'll take it fine. HOWEVER, there is an opportunity for drama here and I'd be remiss if I didn't take it. … Continue reading Butchering Shakespeare For My Son