The Kindred: A story revealed in a place as close as home

When I meet a person sometimes I see this character within them. Not their ego, not their fears, not their beauty or charm, but something else. Some kind of archetype. Sometimes it's powerful and massive and sometimes it shy and shrinking. Sometimes it's even a little eerie and unerving. But not this time.

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School Mistress: cultivating the wicked

She moves through this experience of learning how good she was at being bad, to being released out into the world a new naïve fledgling villain, hungry at the prospect of her first victim and then onto the fully mature evil queen bathing in the blood of innocence, fully realized and without remorse.

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High Tea: polished charm and delicacy

The concept for this production came to me at a time when I was watching a lot of period film pieces like “Marie Antoinette” and “Anna Karenina” mostly for the beautiful costumes, decorated ladies and impressive productions but a sad truth stood out to me while analyzing these beautiful films; these high society women, who were so incredibly extravagant and polished, were nothing more than pawns in a game made for men. These women were the property of their fathers before being married off to a stranger and they had absolutely no rights, even when it came to their own children

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