Aesthetics make for good drama…


My next playwriting assignment has me working from one of my passions, which is art; and the good thing about art is that it can be seen in so many different contexts and dimensions, comedy/drama that work with characters who agree and don’t agree with one another, hand-in-hand with clashes of opinions–that they argue over aesthetics keeps it real, whether it’s the life of a painter, the artistic creations between a parent and child, or a profession that helps develop characters’ involvement in shaping/reshaping his/her life. This also questions art and its role. So the outline I’m currently working on is my subject, a mission statement, a list of characters, a brief story, time, and event–hence the accelerator pedal of my play. I’m ready.


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