Monthly Archives: May 2011

Mrs. Purkapile, Revisited

Prompted again! For the final assignment in an acting class,  teacher  Terry Martin asked us to choose and memorize a poem from Edgar Lee Master’s classic “Spoon River Anthology.” Terry also asked us to write a character biography, and to … Continue reading

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SHORT PLAY: “For The 14th Time”

 I haven’t published any complete scripts on this blog, until now. What follows is “For The 14th Time,” 10-minute play that was produced in Austin a few years ago by Script Works, and was just produced in Dallas in Nouveau … Continue reading

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“No regrets. They will eat your soul.”

“We lived by “Today is a memory – make it a good one.” No regrets. They will eat your soul.” Someone that I love very much told me this today. She was talking about grieving her beloved, who recently died … Continue reading

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The Successful Social Guide: Helpful Tips from Mrs. Betty Bone

Welcome, Gentle Readers, welcome – This column is the feeble result of much prodding and loving encouragement by kind-hearted friends and family over the years.  A Special Dedication to my dear Beloved. This writing is begun on the eve of … Continue reading

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