I’d be remiss if I didn’t mention that this works for more than just improv and writing, it works pretty well in life too.
I want to thank each and every person for every bit of it because I’m going to do my best to weave all those strands of emotion and experience into something wonderful.
What can I do in the coming month to help you say “yes, and” yourselves? Do you want a reader/editor for a story/script/article? Someone to look over a project plan/idea? An extra/actor in that short film you’re not sure how to cast to get going?
This installment is so bogged down and overburdened with its own mythology that it’s lost its heart.
Find the core of your scene and build around it, don’t panic and have plagues of locusts fly in just because it feels “too small.”
Even if you cannot remember you need to know and read here that you are someone. Hold onto that. When these facts have all faded away and you feel like stopping, don’t. Move forward.
In searching for where to begin this review, I can think of no better way than to say that I fucked up. A friend asked me to go see Suspiria at the NuArt Theater in West Hollywood last night, but since that was a midnight show, I suggested the Arclight instead for a more reasonable…
Stay in and rent a classic horror film instead, and if you really need to leave the house give bowling a try before you consider seeing this.
Filled with positivity, heart, and goodness throughout every fiber of its beautiful tapestry that has thus far been woven for us.
Who we are to the world- not just who we are trying to be.