How many times do my children protect me from harm? How does their innocence move me to seek innocence? Their natural desire to explore, learn, grow and create often protects me from losing context.
During my first pregnancy, I lived on a truck route. My pregnancy manual, the ubiquitous and sometimes disturbing What to Expect When You’re Expecting, said that unless I was living in a bus terminal or a tollbooth, “breathing in the big city…isn’t as risky as you might think…. Even in the 1960s, when pollution was […]
Stories are always told in specific historical contexts, but the human condition always brings us back to recurring issues, thus: Teatro La Fragua used “neo-medieval post-modernism” to stage the story of Noah and the Great Flood in a relief shelter after Hurricane Mitch, and Paul Chan is staging Waiting for Godot in the Lower Ninth […]