Searching for the perfect words to tell a story is difficult, if not impossible.
I write like that: in fits and stops. Bits of prose, poetry, and rhyme wind along the road to nowhere. There is no ending, yet. There is just a feeling I must put on paper. This feeling spills from my finger tips, into my notebook or on the screen. Captured. I am crushing it. I […]
If you’ve signed up to audition for Listen To Your Mother (and aren’t sure what you got yourself into), I have six tips to boost your confidence for your best Listen To Your Mother audition.
Recently, the Democrat and Chronicle published my story: A peek behind the scenes at newcomers in Rochester’s arts The piece is essentially a round up of the men and women new to Rochester arts and cultural organizations, but I’d like to share a few other thoughts that didn’t make the final story. Cultural organizations improve our quality of life and are important […]