Dave and I got together Friday morning to run lines. We had a good session. As we were wrapping up, chatting, I somehow got started talking about how I haven’t been getting as much writing done as I’d like.
I was telling Dave that as a writer, I feel I need to be working every day on my novels. That if I’m not, I run the risk of losing the threads, the ideas, the story ... BLAH BLAH BLAH … and I was getting a little worked up about the whole thing.
So then Dave says: “There—that’s the feeling you need when you’re telling George about your problems with Marilyn! That same level of frustration—that’s perfect for that scene!”
ACTORS! I love this process. We have this common goal of getting Chapter Two to the stage and I love the camaraderie of the four of us working together and supporting each other like we do.
They say it’s all about the journey, and not the destination. I couldn’t ask for better traveling companions.
55 days to go …