At the start of 2018, writer and editor Loryn Stone undertook a very simple yet…
in life and on the stage manners as a set of edicts will carry us well enough. You’ll be able to amble through a scene effectively enough by following the flow chart of what to say and when. However, to really get at something special? That takes listening. It takes patience and understanding.
When she says the word “intensity” in our conversation, what sparks in her eyes and over her face is no mere smile: it’s a realization and actualization of self. Kali Fontecchio is intense, and it’s incredible.
That’s what Walsh filled the stage with that night, all six foot four of him: he’s a superlative country-rock musician, through and through.
If you’re rich you get fancy candlelit dinners and grand speeches, if you’re poor you get to sing and dance.
This isn’t another post about discipline, or work ethic. I said yesterday that I know what I have to do. This is a post about a depression.
Good Omens is a story about friendships, about how true friendships make us all better.