It has been my personal experience that if one is living from spirit, then embracing hope and experiencing others with compassion becomes a way of life, whereas living an ego-centered life encourages divisiveness and a point of view that experiences anyone different as “other.”
Geraldine Hughes is an award-winning film, television, and stage actress from Belfast, Northern Ireland.
“I want each play to exist in its own stylistic universe, and I don’t really know the shape of it until I get there.”
I first became aware of Kato McNickle when she submitted her play, “In Search of a Better Life with Elvis” to the Pen is a Mighty Sword international new play competition.
I first encountered Robert Costanza in 1997 while working as a system engineer for McDonnell Douglas in Huntington Beach, California. Initially I knew Robert as a gifted, dedicated engineer. Someone who had worked at the Jet Propulsion Lab (JPL) on a number of space-related projects. We shared a cubicle in “Dilbert Hell” for several years so I got to know more about him, namely that he is also an artist and a yoga practitioner and entrepreneur among other things.
When I decided to interview artists Robert came to mind immediately. I asked him if he would be willing to talk with me and he said, “of course”….
I met Adam Doyle at the ‘turn of the millennium’ while working as the artistic director of The Virtual Theatre Project (VTP). Adam did a lot of artwork for VTP. In fact, he helped us to define ourselves in visual imagery. He is a wonderfully imaginative artist able to capture and convey in magical strokes of his pen or brush, the essence of a play, a thought, a whimsy, a story, a product and in our case, a company.