April 12, 2019
I included a video in my newsletter yesterday & I wanted to take it back the minute I released it. But pressing “send” means that's that.
Naturally, I watched the video repeatedly. I listened to my voice grow singsong; I watched my own head bob and wobble - how strange t...
February 16, 2019
"Once there lived a king and queen who were rich and had everything they could wish for but no children. She complained day and night about this, and said,
"I am like a field on which nothing will grow."
Opening lines of "The Donkey," a Grimm's tale
And once there was a student w...
May 10, 2018
Through my work as a voice teacher, I've observed that modern tongues are hyper-vigilant. So much of modern life means answering what Gertrude Stein calls, “the same rapid question." Our tongues are trained like guards to respond immediately.
In Which I Learn Something in Public (Learning in public is my definition of "performance")
I Am Like a Field Upon Which Nothing Will Grow
Fall the Way the Wind Blow
November 11, 2018
Weathered and Intimate