Tag Archives: THEATRE


Throughout my time in high school, I was an active member of theatre class. I acted in a number of plays like Charlotte’s Web, multiple Shakespeare plays, and Dr. Suess plays. The thing I loved most about acting on stage was that when you get into character you feel yourself transforming into someone else. It is such a rush to completely change your personality, emotions, and stature in a snap. The only thing I regretted was that we had no access to the hardcore special effects we needed to make the plays epic and intense. I am thinking of reliving those glory days for my superhuman series.

Here is the catch though. I am thinking of including a superhuman making himself publicly known by acting in a play. They would use their powers to produce very vivid special effects to make the performance as intense as possible. That would be one heck of a way to make yourself publicly known as a superhuman. However, such a display will have unexpected consequences.


I just published another Kindle book, The Theatre Plays of a Common Man, which is the sequel to The Writing Arsenal of a Common Man. It is a collection of plays I wrote in my Screenwriting class in community college. You can get it for $4.99 on Kindle or read it for free on Kindle Unlimited. This Sunday, though, it will be free for five days. I designed the cover on a photograph I took of a ballet theatre in New York City when my family and I were celebrating Christmas. Check it out!