How Do They Do It? When a Story Becomes Something More

Have you ever reached a moment while reading a story when you suddenly stop and say to yourself, “Wait! Pay attention. This is important.” Something about the story is more than just a story. Something is happening that resonates, teaches, fills you somehow. One of the best known examples is TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD. It […]

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The Flint Hills

On the day the world ended, Tianna walked home from school just as she had always done in the fabled glass and crystal city of Crystallania. In one day it is destroyed, her father is killed and her mother left shattered with grief. Tianna must muster all her strength to travel with strangers through the […]

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The Services of Women

The Services of Women was performed in April of 1999 at Stages Repertory Theatre in Houston, Texas as part of Edward Albee’s New Playwrights Series. The director was T. Scott Allen. The stage manager and sound designer was John Smetak. K. David Cochran did lighting design. Darryl Connor was the costume designer and Leila Kousheshi […]

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