"A commonplace book is what a provident poet cannot subsist without, for this proverbial reason, that “great wits have short memories:” and whereas, on the other hand, poets, being liars by profession, ought to have good memories; to reconcile these, a book of this sort, is in the nature of a supplemental memory, or a record of what occurs remarkable in every day’s reading or conversation." - Jonathan Swift, "A Letter of Advice to a Young Poet"

Theater I've seen


Tristan & Yseult
(Kneehigh @ Berkeley Rep)


The Pianist of Willesden Lane (Berkeley Rep)
NT Live 50th Anniversary Special
Othello (NT Live)
Vanya and Sonya and Masha and Spike (Berkeley Rep)
The Heart of Robin Hood (OSF)
A Streetcar Named Desire (OSF) 
My Fair Lady (OSF)
Lady Windemere's Fan (Cal Shakes)
Twelfth Night (Globe)
Henry V (Creation Theater)


Timon of Athens (National Theatre, simulcast)
The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Nighttime (National Theatre, simulcast)
Hangman (Do Theater, Edinburgh Fringe Festival)
Mephisto Waltz (Derevo, Edinburgh Fringe Festival)
Time for Fun (Hand Made, Edinburgh Fringe Festival)
The Oxford Gargoyles (Edinburgh Fringe Festival)
Out of the Blue (Edinburgh Fringe Festival)
Outland (Belt Up Theater, Edinburgh Fringe Festival)
The Boy James (Belt Up Theater, Edinburgh Fringe Festival)
The Fitzrovia Radio Hour (Edinburgh Fringe Festival)
Casablanca: The Gin Joint Cut (Edinburgh Fringe Festival)
Songs of Lear (Song of the Goat Theater, Edinburgh Fringe Festival)
A Strange Wild Song (Rhum & Clay, Edinburgh Fringe Festival)
The Merchant of Venice (Creation Theater)
The Tempest (California Shakespeare Theater)
Animal Crackers (Oregon Shakespeare Festival)
Troilus and Cressida (Oregon Shakespeare Festival)
Henry V (Oregon Shakespeare Festival
Seagull (Oregon Shakespeare Festival)

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