Rice’s Christ The Lord

I just finished Anne Rice’s Christ The Lord. I think it is a remarkable achievement, as much for the deep humanity in it, as for the clear vision she presents of 1st century Judea.… Continue reading

Spirituality and Actor Training

About Revival: Meetings for Theatre, an exploration of Quaker spiritual practice and actor creativity: We are left with the question of application. How, then, can we offer this work to theatre artists, or to… Continue reading


It is the season of solstice, of pagan rituals of death and re-birth; and it is the Christian season of Advent, of the celebration of the deliverance of a magical, divine child in… Continue reading


I am calling this post an integration. I wish to synthesize the events in my life into an integrated witness of God at work through one man. I have recorded a process, now… Continue reading

Reflections on Revival: Meetings for Theater

We have been steeped in process, without regard to result, and this has been liberating. We were free to wallow in the unknown, and as we became more comfortable with following leadings to… Continue reading

Jasonpost 5: the prayer

Here is the prayer I say backstage, before my first entrance in Jason: “God be with me, God be through me. I am the faucet, turn me on”. Repeat until centered. Enter, and look… Continue reading

Jasonpost 4: talkback

Jason and the Golden Fleece rolls along. We have just crossed the half-way point in our run. When I arrived at People’s Light, I was skeptical about the family theatre thing, and I even… Continue reading

Meetings for Theater – background

In preparation for our work together it may be useful to have some understanding of group theatrical experiences within the larger context of the history of theatre production structures. When we refer to… Continue reading