Skip to content

I’ve been performing onstage for more than five years and producing shows for more than three, and here is something that has become abundantly clear to me: Humility is a quality to be prized, and it is sadly lacking in many. As a performer, I oftentimes find myself listening to fellow storytellers lament the ineptitude…

Read More

It turns out that I tend to be exceptionally calm and collected when under pressure. I’m not sure why this is the case. Perhaps my previous experience with pressure packed, life or death situations has inoculated me from panic.  While this ability to maintain my composure under pressure can serve as a great asset, it…

Read More

I’m doing the final segment in Seasons new television show Seasons Up Close. It airs on Sunday mornings locally in Connecticut about six times a year. Here’s the first episode, which airs last week. 

Read More

For 17 years, I worked alongside Mrs. Gosk, the real life version of the teacher from Memoirs of an Imaginary Friend. Donna retired from teaching last June, and not a day has gone by this year that I haven’t walked in the direction of her old classroom, anxious to ask her a question or tell…

Read More

I sometimes ponder the fate of my books.  Will anyone read them a hundred years from now? Will libraries still have them on their shelves? Will they even exist?  One of my friends recently suggested that my books are merely an attempt to negate my mortality and live forever. This is not true, of course. Books aren’t…

Read More

I overheard a woman telling her friend about a Spotify playlist that her new boyfriend has curated for her. She practically swooned as she rattled through the list of songs. And yes, she used the word “curated.” I rolled my eyes, not because I don’t approve of young love or romantic gestures or the power…

Read More