Once again, in lieu of creating a compelling think-piece myself, work and school leave me to point people towards another good article: Why Immersive Theatre Isn’t Just a Fad I often think immersive theater is the other side of the coin when it comes to modern drama, heads to the electronic literature tails. As much… Continue reading Untitled
Snow – You will probably need to borrow from Mother Nature. Play in the Snow! – If you are a child, put on your gear and go sledding, make snowpeople, have a snowball fight. If you are an adult, you most likely no longer own a sled or even a greased cookie sheet big enough… Continue reading Allie’s Recipe for a Snow Day
I decided to finally read some Agatha Christie and started with one of her most famous books, “Murder on the Orient Express,” where I was first introduced to her beloved protagonist and detective, Hercule Poirot. I’ve learned that is somewhat of a literary travesty – apparently M. Poirot is one of the most famous fictional… Continue reading The Famous Detective Hercule Poirot – Wait, Who?