Too many working titles – a play in progress

First of all, thanks to Taike & Galway County Council for the support I have received toward completing this play, which, as the headline suggests, is without a name. The play will be an immersive experience with themes of civilization and wilderness, care and control, and their extremes. It grew out of talks we hadContinue reading “Too many working titles – a play in progress”

Wilderness and Civilization – Need and Thought

Last year around this time I got an email from a stranger asking to read my script that had been shortlisted for Alpine Fellowship Theatre Prize. For some reason, I had not got the message about my own success, and was baffled for a moment. That play was written before and just happened to fitContinue reading “Wilderness and Civilization – Need and Thought”

How a Daydreamer got fond of reality

One of my artistic interests for a few years now has been the amount of “real” and the amount of “story” in any given circumstance. Obviously, we can’t get outside our own experience to ever really touch the raw reality, but there can be tremendous differences in how close we are. For me, the interestContinue reading “How a Daydreamer got fond of reality”

Islands – poem & thoughts

I’m currently living on an island and working on two projects that are directly related to islands – the other being a poetry book, and the other being an immersive theatre performance. There is something about islands I find comforting, even when this poem out of my self-published collection might suggest otherwise. You can orderContinue reading “Islands – poem & thoughts”

Dissociation – a piece written for Glass Half Full Theatre’s weekly challenge for playwrights

Glass Half Full Theatre asked for a two minute monologue containing ten spesific words, and even when this wasn’t chosen as the weekly monologue, they did enjoy reading it – so you might, as well. Ten words underneath the piece. DISSOCIATION Brush teeth. Gargle. Make a pot of coffee. Eat toast, but it tastes likeContinue reading “Dissociation – a piece written for Glass Half Full Theatre’s weekly challenge for playwrights”

Last Day of November – and the last poem for now

I started to write this blog around 4th of November with the aim to write a poem every day. I skipped one day, but just because everything outside where I live was too beautiful to even try and think about how to reach anything similar with words. What I have learned is that I feelContinue reading “Last Day of November – and the last poem for now”

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