What do you do with a Master of Letters and (two) Master(s) of Fine Arts?
You write, you teach, you direct, and sometimes you give advice to fictional characters. It's (usually) a living, but more importantly, it's a great life.
Click here for performance rights for either Lock by Lock (a one-woman show) or the one-act play adaptation of The Yellow Wallpaper.
You can also read the pitch for several children's literature works in progress.
Make sure to check out the blog while you're here!
I've taught middle school, high school, college (100 and 300-level courses), and for a Gifted and Talented Summer Camp in Louisiana.
I've taught ELA, Theatre, Speech, College Writing, Introduction to Shakespeare, Literary Analysis, Renaissance Drama, and Western Mythologies. Also piano, but that was just a hobby.
I've directed middle school, high school, and adult productions of Shakespeare, modern classics, musicals, and one-acts.
I also co-founded Tailgate Shakespeare, a touring company that traveled in rural Virginia a decade ago.
My specialty is empowering student designers, playwrights, and directors.
Because all that extra energy has to go SOMEWHERE, right?
Even if it's embroidered book covers or break-up letters to books I am giving away or songs inspired by Shakespearean heroines instead of, say, my current works-in-progress...
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