When the Body Answers Back

We know our stories are trapped in our bodies. We know we use our bodies to express personal perspectives within our stories. But what about when the body needs to do the speaking? When I was living in NYC, one of my favorite classes was that of Alexandra Beller. She started each class with us … Continue reading When the Body Answers Back

David Howard

When I was living in NYC, David Howard’s ballet class saved my soul. In a city where most dance classes felt like an audition, taught by people who didn’t really understand how to warm up a body or just really loved deep plié in second position, with the body folded over- David Howard’s ballet class … Continue reading David Howard

Renewal: Controlling the Minutiae

Each summer seems to have a theme, beyond that of our television viewing. (See For the Love of the TARDIS) “Dr. Who Summer” continues in all gloriousness. I sobbed over David Tennant but am warming up to Matt Smith. Past years have included “the summer of awakenings”, “the summer of reflection”. This year? The summer … Continue reading Renewal: Controlling the Minutiae

For the Love of The TARDIS

Last night the Hub and I were discussing why I would make a good traveling companion for The Doctor. (Each summer we “theme” our television/film viewings. So fun!! This summer is Dr. Who, about which we are both now obsessed. Previous summers include Charles Dickens, “W.A”- Woody Allen and Wes Anderson, Agatha Christie’s Poirot and … Continue reading For the Love of The TARDIS