Please Note: The performance is 30 minutes and the post-show feedback is 15 minutes.
In the beginning of our journey together I promised to birth and publish a magnificent literary baby by my 30th birthday. On Monday, I will be 31. The manuscript is birthed but still under stages of revision while I shop for an editor. Essentially, I have failed to deliver, and I have failed you. My sincere apologies as I accept the mediocrity my quasi-life coach warned me about. However, with all of this said, I am still extremely proud and excited to share with you the live recording of my debut Philadelphia Fringe Performance, A Cocoon of Your Own Making. The unfolding of this performance was nothing short of magical for me, as I have always dreamed of taking stage. And admittedly, if given the choice, I wouldn’t wish to have a published book in my hand today if it came at the expense of this experience. So it appears all is exactly as it should be.
Sending a heartfelt thank you to Daniel Burke for capturing my debut and to everyone else who made it to the show. Your participation is a critical element – after all what is a performer or performance without an audience to receive the art? Also, my gratitude to you, reader, for still being on this journey with me; I hope you enjoy the show. Feedback is always appreciated and welcomed.
A Warrior Princess