Last week a woman's blog post went viral, making some corners of the internet pretty much lose their minds. The post entitled “Men prefer debt-free virgins without tattoos” started showing up in debates and discussions all over my social media, shortly after it was published. People were buzzing, and it garnered attention from writers in and outside of... Continue Reading →
This week, the Fuller Company will present our third-ever full-length production, Proof, written by David Auburn, for our winter offering to the Fuller community. Proof centers around 25 year-old Catherine, who has spent the last several years caring for her father, Robert; a brilliant and famous mathematician who has become mentally unstable. The play opens... Continue Reading →
It's coming! I am happy to announce that I am in the development stages of my thesis project for my degree program at Fuller Theological seminary. This page will be a cornerstone of that thesis project. So, what is it you ask?
I do not usually do two back to back posts on the same topic, but a friend of mine also posted on the film Another Earth on his blog, The Burner, here: http://theburnerblog.com/arts/sundance-movie-review-another-earth/ He pretty much panned the film, and I disagreed with him enough to basically write an entire post in response. I posted it... Continue Reading →
When writers Brit Marling and Mike Cahill began working on ideas for a screenplay, they started with a simple question, what would it be like to meet yourself? They But while the idea was intriguing, it wasn’t enough to build a film. They pushed further: What is the one thing that you would want from... Continue Reading →
Sitting in our morning lecture, and I have a whole train of thoughts competing with, and in response to, what Todd Johnson has to share this morning. I got to thinking about what kind of theatre I might want to do and I returned again to the idea of shows with questions, ideas and topics... Continue Reading →
"For the record, minimum wage in Honduras is over a dollar an hour. The rest of Central America is similar. On the off chance you care." This was a tweet-response that a classmate of mine wrote today as we hit some final topics in our Theology and Culture class, while the professor talked about Globalization. ... Continue Reading →
"In a world where illusions are real and the real is illusory, creatio ex nihilo becomes 'I create nothing.'" Mark C. Taylor About Religion