About a year ago, I was having dinner with a friend of mine and the conversation turned towards the pros and cons of technology and to what extent technology negatively affects climate change. The conventional notion of climate change is very confusing, politicized, frustrating.
Archives for June 28, 2016
When history becomes personal, write a musical. A Fringe Peek at Rain Follows the Plow
My one grandmother was so important to me, but weren’t there supposed to be two? What would it have been like for my dad, to lose his mother at age six? These were questions from childhood that I hadn’t revisited in many, many years. Then, watching the Ken Burns documentary on the Dust Bowl, I heard […]
The Three Musketeers amidst the Ruins (review)
The Three Musketeers, as performed by Chesapeake Shakespeare Company-in-the-Ruins receives a spirited and entertaining outdoor staging that will please many family members, although the adaptation and the acting are too broad to be fully satisfying.