August 16, 2019
Darrious Varner, artist
Darrious Varner is sitting on a bus, headed to work most likely. He had been working on
a piece about Depression at the behest of local playwright Shannon Geier and after turning in a
finished piece, felt inspired to push the 10 minute play further. “Do You Miss Me” was...
August 15, 2019
Shannon Geier – Writer of Check-In
I’ve learned more in the last 6 years, researching topics I wanted to write about, than I have in the 43 years that came before.
I’ve learned all the hormones associated with romantic urges and sexual gratification (Paradigm), I’ve learned that doctors spend 28% less ti...
August 14, 2019
Over the course of the last few years a lot of things have changed that didn’t think would happen in my life.
Last year I got married.
The year before that I started seeing more people coming back to see me at live shows.
The year before that Trump won the election.
August 13, 2019
H. Blaize D’Angio
Several parts of my body are oozing from mosquito bites. I can’t stop scratching them. I have no
impulse control. I also have no bug spray. I’m an artist. My upper body muscles stay toned. Last
year I climbed poles for money. In the winter I was a baker. This summer I am...
August 12, 2019
Someone once told me that safety is an emotion. Sure it’s not one of the five primary
emotions; but the more I think about it, the more I agree. Safety is relative. The same
with Circus. Sure, the concept of safety is more abstract and circus is tangible; but if
August 11, 2019