Performed at the first annual Mississippi Heritage Day
Sept. 17, 2005
Played the role of Florence Noard in Mississippi Courts Monologue, a local history piece that I drafted about a woman who grew up in this post-war public housing complex (Camden Civic Theatre, 2005).
Also, wrote or adapted the following other parts featured in this program:
19th century explorer Zebulon Pike, describes how he came to negotiate the land upon which Fort Snelling now sits.
River pig Jack Orde, acquaints us with some of his exploits driving lumber down the Mississippi.
Sawmill Swede, tells of the pride and perils of working in the lumber mills at the turn of the last century.
Workhouse superintendent Frank R. McDonald delivers a speech on the state and work of prisoners in the early 20th century.
African American schoolteacher Bertha Johnson talks about how she worked against the odds to become an educator in a racially divided state.
Actor, Playwright, Literary
At the Phone
Benign Cannibals of Norway
Relative Voices: A Guide to Co-writing the Family Biography
Us, Them, & Ebbinghaus
Horse and Rider, Dala Tray
Baby Stuck to Rat
(Con)fusion with Time
Anthropology in the Arts
Topics in Anthropology
Dread, in Blue
Fall Heritage Storytelling Event, Mississippi Heritage Day
Autumn Stars 2
Flight at IKEA, in 2 Parts
Chicken at Sunset
Holiday on 44th, Stories From the North Side
Bench of Beasts
Jaguar (Paper Mache)
The Good Doctor Production Blog
The Good Doctor
A Company of Wayward Saints
Beulah's Wet Pants
You Left Bones in the Raspberry Pudding, Brother
Just So, Mississippi
LCTL Integrated Skills Packet
Tabula Rasa: The Musical