Whatever wishes wither with her

Picture this: you’re at the beach. You arrived early in the morning to grab the best spot for your various chairs and towels. A handful of people are trickling in further down the sand, one couple has the cutest dog you’ve ever seen. The sun is barely over the waves and the smell of rottingContinue reading “Whatever wishes wither with her”

If You Want to Chop Down a Cherry Tree You Must First Invent the Universe

I’ve been having an on and off debate with my friends about whether or not time is real. This is your chance to keep scrolling, I’m giving you an out.  Naturally, I’m defending the fact that it’s completely made up, time is in fact, not real. I believe it’s like math; the numbers themselves don’tContinue reading “If You Want to Chop Down a Cherry Tree You Must First Invent the Universe”

Car Pay Diem

As I’m sure no one knows, I have a significant birthday coming up. This birthday has been highly anticipated for years, and has occupied a piece of my travel planning mind ever since I learned what an airplane was; by far more significant than turning 16, 18, or 21. Next week, I share a dreamContinue reading “Car Pay Diem”

Hidden Room’s “The Duchess of Malfi”

“In a Hidden Room somewhere within 311 W 7th Street” is the location for Hidden Room Theater’s production of The Duchess of Malfi. The tragic show kicks off the month of October with a wonderfully macabre tone. Playing in the York Rite Masonic Lodge through October 20, Hidden Room brings the Renaissance to Austin andContinue reading “Hidden Room’s “The Duchess of Malfi””

The Garden of Earthly Delights: an ineffable SXSW experience

The apocalypse started in Austin not with a bang, but with a wine dispensing tree. The Garden of Earthly Delights, a SXSW activation, kicked off the end of days with an out of this world celebration of Amazon Prime’s “Good Omens” – a series based on Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett’s 1990 novel “Good Omens:Continue reading “The Garden of Earthly Delights: an ineffable SXSW experience”

New York: Take 2

I had the amazing opportunity to return to the Association of Performing Arts Professionals (APAP) conference in New York City this year, and as a soon-to-be college graduate, I jumped at the chance. Where last year my goal was to develop a holistic understanding of the performing arts, this year I attended with a focusContinue reading “New York: Take 2”

Splish Splash: A Tradition of Leisure

During high school I was lucky enough to become a staple part of the Theatre Department, a place that would eventually lead me to where I professionally am today. During my time in the department I formed a group of friends and we fostered a strong relationship that survived graduation and the inevitable parting ofContinue reading “Splish Splash: A Tradition of Leisure”