Monday, September 8, 2008


"Voice lies at the nexus of talent (natural gifts and strengths), passion (those things that naturally energize, excite, motivate, and inspire a person), need (including what the world needs enough to pay someone for), and conscience (that still, small voice within that assures a person of what is right and that prompts a person to actually do it)."

--Stephen R. Covey, The 8th Habit


Patty "Wilson" P said...

Since I can't seem to reply to you on twitter and don't have your email...I thought I would do the next best thing...

I loved the show. The man who played Paul I have liked for some time. But the play was a little heavy for me, on a night when I wanted not to have to think about such deep issues.

Bridgette Redman said...

You know, I really should have my email up on the blog somewhere. It's

It is definitely a heavier show--much like Doubt last season. I need to blog about the show still, but it's been a busy week.

I also enjoyed Michael Joseph Mitchell in the other shows that I've seen him in--Doubt, Holiday Memories, Under the Lintel. He's an excellent actor.

I especially appreciated the balance in the show. There are two characters who could be considered the protagonist even though they are each others' nemesis. In fact, the two characters are incredibly alike.