It's a good problem to have! I've been so busy this past month and a half, I haven't had any time to make blog updates! As my excuse, I'm currently working on five projects! I'm acting in three of them, directing one of them, producing two of them, and I am designing fights for all five! Because I'm fortunate enough to be working on artistically fulfilling endeavors that energize me and although I know my limits when it comes to time management, the most challenging part of being this busy remains the scheduling itself. I have to make every effort to ensure I'm able to dedicate enough time to each project such that I'm supremely confident in the work I'm doing and that safety is held in the highest regard during each process. I accomplish this using the long-faithful practice of keeping a pocket planner, a testament to the tried and true method of pen and paper! That's right, I use a physical calendar to keep all my appointments in order!
I get razzed every now and again about writing in my little black appointment booklet and I receive a fair portion of unsolicited guidance advising me to "live my life" instead of perpetuating my prolific portfolio but to that I say, "There will be plenty of time to act like a 20-year-old in my 30s! Now let me get back to work, you dastardly distractor! I'm trying to keep this economy alive!"
Learn more about why this blog occasionally becomes optional by clicking the links below!
Kings and Thrones and Sh*t
Sex, a.k.a. Wieners and Boobs
CAPITALI$M: A Cabaret Through Time and Space
Short Attention Span Theatre Fest V: Killer Instinct
The Pale Man