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Cultural Consumers Vs Creators

There are two types of people in a culture, creators and consumers. Consuming cultural products is a passive activity. Creating cultural products is an active activity. The reader is a consumer and the writer is a creator. I have made … Continue reading

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The Playwright As Shaman

I’ve been sharing a lot of my thoughts on the Internet lately but none of it has made it to my blog. So I think it is time to share some of my insights on my own platform instead of … Continue reading

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Writing Goals

Getting a reading of a ten minute play has not proven to be very difficult. So far I have managed to get three of my ten minute plays read. I even have video of the readings. Now I need another … Continue reading

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A Jungian Approach To Literature

I have finally begun to read “A Jungian Approach To Literature” by Bettina L. Knapp. I have owned this book for a long time but I’ve only recently gotten around to reading it. This book includes a few Jungian interpretations … Continue reading

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Philip Goes Forth–The Damned Foolery Of Playwriting

While researching the Philadelphia theater community I came across the forgotten playwright, George Kelly, who wrote a play entitled The Torch Bearers to satirize the Little Theatre Movement. The Plays and Players Theater in Philadelphia is supposedly the community theater … Continue reading

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