This single-camera, half-hour comedy was my first completed teleplay submitted to contests and fellowships. Kimmy struggles over how to spend her lottery winnings. Jacqueline, Lillian, and Titus try to find acceptable Mother’s Day presents.
An artsy sci-fi geekette still living with her folks at age twenty, struggles to uncover her mysterious past with the help of an alien only she can see.
When the Supreme Court rules that child acting breaks labor laws, a youth talent agency temp must rally her colleagues and her high-strung boss to find a way to fill all roles-under-18 with adult actors, and save the business.
Everyone has to have a first blog post, so this is mine. It is simple. It is brief. It is my "Hello."
Sometimes showing up is all you can do, but that's one step better than quitting, and isn't it true that "the journey of a thousand miles begins with one single step" (Lao Tzu)?
I found an article from the November 1989 issue of Firehouse Magazine. It explained my father's accident from a Firefighter's or an Emergency Medical Technician's perspective. It was detailed about the process of performing medical care while figuring out extradition... Continue Reading →