Tag: language

Representative Tlaib is redefining for us what Muslim Women can do – and we’re freaking out


(Updated Monday, Jan. 7, approx. 10 pm PDT) I am not a fan of public cursing. Not to say that I never do it, but I think it is often overused. I do use it in my plays where I believe it illuminates the world of my characters. Some of my plays have extensive cursing, … Continue reading Representative Tlaib is redefining for us what Muslim Women can do – and we’re freaking out

This is Not a Pipe, 2017 Version


Apologies to René Magritte. And apologies to Randall Munroe if xkcd got here first with this joke. Of course, if Magritte were in charge of this, the correct action would be to click Skip. There are no images of pipes; there are only images of drawings of pipes. Nothing would happen, of course; this is an drawing of … Continue reading This is Not a Pipe, 2017 Version

Depending on the politeness of strangers


Occasionally during feedback sessions for a new play reading, somebody will say that something in the script "took me out of out of the play," that is that something in the play reminded them they were in an audience watching a play. This evening, something happened in real life that threw me into the world … Continue reading Depending on the politeness of strangers