Capturing Parallels

Pretending nothing happened? Telling lies for we must not tell the truth? Every time you accidentally mention my name, brush me off your shoulder, edge a little closer on a floral couch… When I rested my head on your shoulder on the train I wished you were mine again. Even if you were disguised behind […]

Three Sisters by Anton Chekhov

This play was performed in an intimate setting that caused the line between audience and action to blur. The action of the play was situated so that everyone had a unique perspective. The seating mirrored the v-shaped stage that was set with a piano, table and numerous rocking chairs. Everything was strikingly monochromatic. The whiteness […]

Tall Tale

Tall Tale I scale a wall ten feet tall and curiously fall to the forest floor. Tree roots grab ankles, heels feel warm with moss growing between toes. Leaping from log to stone in search of flowers I absentmindedly wander into an overgrown graveyard. Here heroes died and were laid to rest. Now wild-birds sing […]