James Altucher realizes that you either play or you die, the choice is yours. And his.
Friday night I was in my mom’s kitchen cooking while my 14-year-old daughter, who I affectionately refer to as Drama Queen, “helped.” My mom was out of town and to be perfectly honest I prefer her kitchen to what I have to cook in, so we commandeered her place for a while. […]
Ten Improv Scenes I Am Tired Of Watching (And Sometimes Stupidly Being In) – People and Chairs Guestpost
I was generously offered the opportunity to write a guestpost for Sally Smallwood’s wonderful and insightful improv blog. Here it is: Note: Any scene can be terrific if it’s played enthusiastically and intelligently, but generally when I see players initiate any of the scenes below, it doesn’t end well. PS: I’ve done most of these […]
I wrote a guest post on a sad dating story for my wonderful blogger friend (and former tenthings guestposter) Sexy Typewriter, who writes an amazing blog about dating (by the way, if you are a man interested in amazing women, you should date her). Here is my very un-tenthings guestpost, in all its sad glory: http://sexytypewriter.com/2012/02/07/guest-post-2-riding-on-bikes-with-girls/
A candid moment for two entertainers who really loved what they did.
After fifteen weeks, fifty two characters are left to do battle, until there can only be one …
I just got published on openfile.ca, and you can read my article here. I don’t really have ten things to say about it, but I will write one sentence as a list to stay true to the format, like so: Yay! It’s fun being published because it makes you feel like all of this writing […]