TRAGEDY

Our hearts go out to the victims and their families and all those injured both physically and emotionally in the Boston Marathon bombings. It is indeed a tragedy and one in which we all share a common bond of sorrow. We are proud of the people of Boston, the law enforcement officials, the first responders … Read more

Herding Casts

So, some of you know that a private performance of one of my plays, “Improvisation”, was recently auctioned off at a fundraiser in Helena, Montana. I came up with this idea about a year ago, looking for ways that what I do can benefit others and also wanting to get more involved with the theatre … Read more

A Single Burst of a Water Pipe

Last year the theme for our summer inter-related arts half-day camp with the non-profit I started back in the 90’s was “Give Me Water.” I’ve written before about water and its necessity to sustain life and its ability to take it away. A week ago I discovered a place in between: how a single burst … Read more

Into the Fall

It’s been a wild summer. More busy than I might have liked, chock full of this, that, and the other which correlates to not enough time to do the things you want to do once you find them. Of course, that fall off the jet ski didn’t help. Nothing slows you down faster than a … Read more