This week has been a surprise. I’ve written on a blog for the first time.
I’ve been able to write – bits and drabs – about mannequins and costumes.
I wasn’t able to write about character arcs or third act slumps or about the craft of playwriting.
But amidst my own mind babble (shut up with the complaining: no one’s making you write) or inspiration (connecting threads from the past), I let go of some of my dread.
I wanted to share this link from Todd Barton, a friend from my past; he’s a great feminist, composer and artist. Years ago, we collaborated on a great idea for a children’s interactive video game (build your own flying carpet/city with music you create in a keyboard game). It was a great idea…in its time. But he’s created some inspirational music for theatre that can spark some great ideas and feelings. I asked his permission to post his link here.
Thank you to LA FPI for giving me the nudge to share on this blog. I begin again tomorrow with my writers group.
So here’s to tomorrow.