There’s always tomorrow. And tomorrow. Next week. Year. Another lifetime… My head is full. Creativity is at an all time low. Need to escape the current chaos. Need to stay put, ride out the storm. I want to write, talk, scream about anything and everything, but I can’t word good right now. So I have … More The Rain Has Gone, But I Still Can’t See, Nash
I think I’m suffering from writer’s block. Not the creative kind, I just feel like I’ve run out of interesting things to say on here. Interesting things have happened, in plentiful supply, and don’t appear to be letting up any time soon. My playwriting masters ended at August’s close, and I have just over a … More A:YM | It’s All Been (almost) Done
Written in 1989, Border Warfare chronicles Scotland’s history from the clan system, to the on-again-off-again Union, and ends during the rise of Thatcherism and the infamous introduction of the Poll Tax. John McGrath: Englishman by birth, and ultimately Scottish by death, he was a busy old bee during his time on this blue and green … More General Rammie is Afoot
It’s happened again. The notes return, this time in Martin Crimp’s ‘Attempts on Her Life‘. On a hunch, I think these are the scribbles of a director working through their own ideas. Doesn’t stop them being funny, though.
The essay I submitted at 2013’s close had me researching through various articles, books and websites on the life of Karen Blixen (/Isak Dinesen). It all started with a production of The Baroness that I saw (and wrote about; click and have a gander) which was over here from a stellar run in Denmark. The … More Karen Blixen: My Kind of Lady