It's been a long time since I've mutilated a rejection slip. The digital age has robbed me of the pleasure, no matter how hard I hit that delete key.Read More
George Bernard Shaw bravely critiqued the very people he might have hoped to please. One cannot imagine Augustin Daly having kind thoughts, especially after Shaw said that his casting decisions "ought not to be interpreted according to the dictates of common sense."
In Two Gentlemen of Verona, Shakespeare proved he understood the plight of the women of his time: they were expected to marry but more often than not, they were like the voters in the 2016 Presidential Campaign: they had to select the candidate they hated the least.Read More
In three sentences, I attempted to set up the story's main characters and their problem: one of them is dead and one of them isn't.Read More
The truly important statistic to consider when submitting is not the number of submissions you make but the quality of the responses and the length of time it takes them to respond.Read More