Dean Clayton Edwards

Dean Clayton Edwards

“I like being alone with my thoughts and playing with ideas and scenarios. I’m not sweating and philosophizing—I’m having fun.”   Dean Clayton Edwards is a writer who has just published his first novel, The Hollow Places. Dean grew up in England and currently...
Reverend Patricia Heaney Farr

Reverend Patricia Heaney Farr

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

Geraldine Hughes

Geraldine Hughes is an award-winning film, television, and stage actress from Belfast, Northern Ireland.

Seán Mahon

Seán Mahon

“Mindfulness, I think, is the ability to remove the truth and look at the insanity.   Seán Mahon is an actor and a poet, who has been on Broadway in Conor McPherson’s The Seafarer and the revival of The 39 Steps. He was in the 2013 film Philomena and has two...
Vincent Delaney

Vincent Delaney

“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.”

Kato McNickle

Kato McNickle

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.

Robert Costanza

Robert Costanza

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”….

Adam S. Doyle

Adam S. Doyle

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.

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Beauty abides in all things imperfect, impermanent, and incomplete. Beauty flourishes in things modest and humble. Beauty is unconventional.

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