Focus on the Horizon

“Keep walking, and don’t look at the ground. Focus on the horizon. Listen for new sounds. Be aware of the birds.” On one of our first rehearsals, a director I worked with took us on a hike through the forest. The play was about birds, so observing them for research made sense, but the thingContinue reading “Focus on the Horizon”

Out of Sight

In the process of being vulnerable (and creative), there will always be information and ideas that remain hidden. Directing a play, for example, requires one to be on high alert for that which is unseen. An actor may suddenly say a line in a way that completely unhinges the entire scene, and if you payContinue reading “Out of Sight”