Tag Archive: directing


Photographs by Sarah Bloom, A White Pines Exchange Sponsored Artist. *** Last spring my company, White Pines Productions, received grant support to produce two original plays. Our application described the plays we were… Continue reading

80 Post 1 – tech begins

The important thing is this: to be able at any moment to sacrifice what we are for what we could become. – Charles duBois Aaron began rehearsal Saturday by reinventing the beginning of… Continue reading

Tunapost 7: that’ll learn ya

  Things Tuna Taught Me (this time): 1. It is a privilege to make people laugh. Usually the shine begins to tarnish on a show as I go along, till by the end of… Continue reading

Tunapost 5: the exquisite communion

Packed house tonight, and the late-comers were loopy. Several tipsy ladies sat in seats that were almost on stage with us. In the opening moments of the play, two of them chatted audibly… Continue reading

Notionpost 3: the furrowed brow and distant gaze

After showing our choral invention to Aaron, he said “It’s wrong in 120 ways and right in 115 ways!” And we all laughed. One of Aaron’s gifts as a director is the mood… Continue reading