Too Much Light Makes the Baby Go Blind Available in 225 Plays by the New York Neo-Futurists on Amazon "Too Much Light Makes the Baby Go Blind, created by Greg Allen, debuted in Chicago in December, 1988, and played to sold out houses ever since. The show presents 30 plays in 60 minutes, 50 weeks a year, to a devoted following. The ensemble of writer-performers generates between two and 12 new plays each week, as dictated by a roll of the dice, creating a constantly changing menu of plays.  In 2004, a New York ensemble was formed. The 225 plays in this volume, culled from more than 1,300 the New York company has generated since 2004, reflect the diversity of 35 current and past ensemble members and the multiplicity of viewpoints and voices they bring to the stage."

Too Much Light Makes the Baby Go Blind

Available in 225 Plays by the New York Neo-Futurists on Amazon

"Too Much Light Makes the Baby Go Blind, created by Greg Allen, debuted in Chicago in December, 1988, and played to sold out houses ever since. The show presents 30 plays in 60 minutes, 50 weeks a year, to a devoted following. The ensemble of writer-performers generates between two and 12 new plays each week, as dictated by a roll of the dice, creating a constantly changing menu of plays.  In 2004, a New York ensemble was formed. The 225 plays in this volume, culled from more than 1,300 the New York company has generated since 2004, reflect the diversity of 35 current and past ensemble members and the multiplicity of viewpoints and voices they bring to the stage."

What It Means to Be A Grown-Up: The Complete and Definitive Answer edited by Joseph Fink (Welcome to Night Vale) Available on Amazon "We asked writers, artists, and comedians from all over the country this question that looms over us all. Their answers came in form of essays, short stories, charts, letters, and at least one picture book from over thirty contributors. Here, finally, is the last word on what it means to be a grown-up. You could spend years of painful experience discovering it, or just read this wildly entertaining book. The choice is up to you. We recommend the book, though."

What It Means to Be A Grown-Up: The Complete and Definitive Answer

edited by Joseph Fink (Welcome to Night Vale)

Available on Amazon

"We asked writers, artists, and comedians from all over the country this question that looms over us all. Their answers came in form of essays, short stories, charts, letters, and at least one picture book from over thirty contributors. Here, finally, is the last word on what it means to be a grown-up. You could spend years of painful experience discovering it, or just read this wildly entertaining book. The choice is up to you. We recommend the book, though."

Loose Lips Available on Amazon "You've probably heard rumors about regions of the internet dedicated to fanfiction-vast, unmapped territories for fans so taken with their favorite books and movies (not to mention video games and cartoon cereal mascots) that they write their own continuing adventures. You've probably also heard the stories get real dirty and weird. Everything you've heard is true. Here, in book form, you'll find the most outrageous wrecks in Shipwreck's three-year history, drawn kicking and moaning from twenty- three of history's most cherished books and illustrated for your pleasure. LOOSE LIPS will destroy your favorites, shock everyone in your book club, broaden your perspective, and (hopefully) make you laugh until you pee a little.

Loose Lips

Available on Amazon

"You've probably heard rumors about regions of the internet dedicated to fanfiction-vast, unmapped territories for fans so taken with their favorite books and movies (not to mention video games and cartoon cereal mascots) that they write their own continuing adventures. You've probably also heard the stories get real dirty and weird. Everything you've heard is true. Here, in book form, you'll find the most outrageous wrecks in Shipwreck's three-year history, drawn kicking and moaning from twenty- three of history's most cherished books and illustrated for your pleasure. LOOSE LIPS will destroy your favorites, shock everyone in your book club, broaden your perspective, and (hopefully) make you laugh until you pee a little.

 
 
How to Approach Script Analysis Backstage.com "I think that as actors, it's a relief to know that the answers to how we should approach the text are in the text... Analyzing the script creates a blueprint of clear choices that activates the actor to play truthfully and impulsively under the given circumstances." Click here to read the full article

How to Approach Script Analysis

Backstage.com

"I think that as actors, it's a relief to know that the answers to how we should approach the text are in the text... Analyzing the script creates a blueprint of clear choices that activates the actor to play truthfully and impulsively under the given circumstances."

Click here to read the full article

 
Gypsyblog A Portrait of A Berlin Summer from 2010 "While teaching the Summer Intensive at the Atlantic Acting School, I had the great pleasure of meeting Christopher Roman--a fantastic actor, a dancer in the William Forsythe Company (based in Frankfurt), an intrepid explorer, and Man of Great Passion, Heart, and Kindness, who really made the stars align for these adventures. He suggested that we spend the summer immersing ourselves in the theater/dance/music/art world of Berlin, perhaps find a project to collaborate on (and we did--much more on that later). After a year of emails, long-distance calls, penny-pinching, some elbow grease, and much anticipation, here we go. Kismet." Click here to read the full blog

Gypsyblog

A Portrait of A Berlin Summer from 2010

"While teaching the Summer Intensive at the Atlantic Acting School, I had the great pleasure of meeting Christopher Roman--a fantastic actor, a dancer in the William Forsythe Company (based in Frankfurt), an intrepid explorer, and Man of Great Passion, Heart, and Kindness, who really made the stars align for these adventures. He suggested that we spend the summer immersing ourselves in the theater/dance/music/art world of Berlin, perhaps find a project to collaborate on (and we did--much more on that later). After a year of emails, long-distance calls, penny-pinching, some elbow grease, and much anticipation, here we go. Kismet."

Click here to read the full blog