A BUNCH of things were ‘supposed’ to happen for me this year. I bet you’re in the same boat. Here are some of my thoughts about loss, grief and compassion. Here’s my first ‘supposed’ to happen: In June 2020 (the 8th – 12th of June… Read More »What was ‘supposed’ to happen
Currently, we are in an age of adaptation, and resetting. This is a time to contemplate and reflect upon how we’ve been living our lives, both professionally and personally. So, here are some of my thoughts and three different approaches to an age old question:… Read More »Actors: when to work for free?
If you’re anything like me, then over the last month or so you’ve been bombarded online with ALL of the ways you could/should be passing your time in lockdown. Lists of links to online versions of stage productions, videos encouraging you to use this time… Read More »A love letter to overwhelmed creatives
Over the last few months I have been working as a dramaturg on a multidisciplinary dance work titled ‘Rosemary’ for the Auckland Fringe Festival. ‘Rosemary’ is a meditation/exploration of the elusive symbol of the Mother/Virgin Mary. This was a wildly rich and at times daunting… Read More »The Virgin Mary on stage