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It's an essay on the evolution of theater.. Read More
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My time when doing both a play and track at once. Read More
A story my I made for school, the assignment was to write a story about someone who is the opposite of yourself. Read More
Threw my hat in the ring, let's see what I get. Just wanted to post for the record. Also, kind of acts as some context for DTTL posts in the future. Just piecing life back together, one post at a time. Read More
Set in the aftermath of the golden days, a young woman searches for a job in the big city. Things go seemingly well, until she finds out that she is cast as the understudy. What ever shall she do?... Read More
Legend has it, be where of the woman in white! Read More
Dr. Stein has worked three years at the community theater under the town's rude star. Now, she is hurt and bleeding to death on stage. What will Stein do with this opportunity set before him? Read More
This short story is about Two friends that have know each other since the eight grade and when they grew up they decide to open up a theater. After a while they figure out that Jared is being stalked by some weird guy in a black hoodie Read More

Short Story / Humor

August 15, 2015

A 350 word story about a man's attempt to kick a habit. Read More
Auditioning can be nerve racking- especially when a certain playwright has his eyes on you. Will Auberon take this opportunity? Read More

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A man is guided by a strange little goblin who leads him to a theater of bizarre beasts. Read More
Tonight a teacher has died. I wonder what humanity has left to ruin. I'm sickened. I hate myself for being part of a race that can take something fragile, and shatter it. You give me things to write about. You inspire a world I so desperately hope I had created.… Read More
This work is a written out story of the plot of Dream Theater's music album, "Metropolis pt. II: Scenes from a Memory." Read More
…but oh…the indescribable bliss of having passed that audition… Read More
A journey through the heart wrenching yet beautiful world of theater through the eyes of a girl who no one believed would come out alive. *Contains some adult language. Read at your own risk* Read More

Short Story / Young Adult

February 23, 2013

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Comments: 2

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Ah, thus goes the tale explaining just how nervous thespians can get. ~Just a short I wrote for my creative writing class. I've actually never named it...Any ideas? Anyway, the assignment required for the characters that the protagonist met to get increasingly - fill in the blank. I got 100%,… Read More
I once saw a purple unicorn. Read More

Tags: theater, play

McKenzie Filmore is a new student in her junior year. Painfully shy, she gives into her need to break out of her shell and joins a theater class. The Unconventional Convention of Ken and Barbie follows McKenzie as she loves, loses and laughs her way through high school. (*Theater terminology… Read More

Book / Romance

August 26, 2012

Reads: 218

Shelves: 1

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Lyrik, Dramatik und Epik zusammengezogen zu einer organischen Einheit. Aus dem Leben gegriffen: Tilman Otto Wagner und Astrid Kohlmeier (zwei Autoren aus Österreich) durchlebten eine Liebesbeziehung, die selbstverständlich auch literarische Arbeiten mit sich zog. Liebe und Literatur. Leidenschaft und Textproduktion. Entstanden im Sommer 2012. Read More
These are character pictures for my new novel which i will put up soon! Enjoy(: Read More
This is a monologue I wrote/performed for a project based on the book, "A Farewell to Arms" by Ernest Hemingway. If you haven't read it I suggest you have, it takes place through the eyes of Catherine Barkley, a British nurse who falls in love with Frederic Henry, and American… Read More
"Do you love her?" The question should have been easy, but it caught me off guard. "I do." I said slowly, but I didn't look at her when I said it. "I used to." I finally added. "Do you think she loves you?" She asked honestly, a little sympathy lining… Read More
An old star gun down in front of a young girl in this 1920s crime. Read More
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Tags: life, escape, theater

A snapshot of my running inner monologue waiting for Mr. Pearse to post the cast list, September 2009. Read More
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