Why, hello there. It’s been an age.
Two years! Good gawd.
For some time now, I’ve been meaning to post about retiring my first show. Something about saying goodbye and letting go and so on…three+ years (!) after the fact.
As it turns out, I’m dusting the show off one last time to perform excerpts as part of a wonderful series in L.A.
Speaking of which, I need to start rehearsing it immediately. 👀
But the main reason I’m posting after such a long hiatus is to let you know that my writings on creativity, along with writing prompts, can now be found in my monthly newsletter (instead of this blog).
I don’t know when I’ll write about creating and touring a solo show again, because I think I’ve posted on the major aspects of the whole shebang.
But never say never! If and when I do write about it, it will be in the newsletter.
If you’re not already subscribing to the newsletter, you can do so here.
Below are this year’s newsletter issues, with the most recent on top:
Finishing it / Starting Something New
Trusting the Creative Process (Part 2)
Putting It Off & Greatest Need
New Year & Writing Prompts on Video
I’ll post links to future issues here when they’re published, but if you’d like to read them without having to click on a link inside a blog, just subscribe.
Thank you so much for reading this blog over the years! It meant everything to read your comments here and on Facebook in the various solo show and storytelling groups. It transformed my day to receive your kind responses.
I was terrified the first few (many?) times I posted on this blog. Talk about vulnerable.
You were so encouraging and appreciative that it made all the difference.
Thank you again. I am so grateful.
Please let me know in the Comments if you’re working on anything so I can cheer you on!
May your creative pursuits bring you creative fulfillment. Have a good, safe rest of 2022 and beyond.
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