Journal #4 – Sonder

On a bench in a flowering park filled with faces of young children and their mothers or fathers, I sit and wonder. How many of these faces have I seen before but never remembered? Could I have passed by one of these people at a shopping centre, a beach and maybe even on the street…

Journal #3 – Holding you back

Do you sometimes feel stuck in a place you know so well? Trying to move forward, but something is pulling you back. That you’re a chained dog with a leash that’s too short. Because the very people you thought were there to help you forward were the ones keeping you back. Life is a battle.…

Journal #2 – Sleep Paralysis

The cold crisp air blows through the window, chilling the room. I wake up and feel the goose bumps running down my arm. I adjust the blanket, wrapping it around my entire body. Sticking a hand out, I check the time on my phone. 4am. I try to turn my body to the side, but…

Journal #1 – Laughter

I walk barefoot down a pitch black corridor, wearing a blue lace gown. The ground feels cold and slimy against my feet. A dim light shines at the end of the hallway.  There are goose bumps forming all over my body and I start shivering. The temperature has suddenly dropped very low and I rub…

Flattery will get you nowhere

How is flattery used in the play? Flattery will get you nowhere. This quote might not appear as relevant or true during the beginning of the play, but as the play unfolds you see that it only leads to a predicted down fall. Flattery is an underappreciated aspect that played an important role in impacting…

Captain America

Captain America (or Steve Rogers) is one of my favourite superheroes and one of the best. Although Steve Rogers, before the project: Rebirth was scrawny, small and weak, he still attempted to enlist in the army to serve in his country. He went through a rough child with his alcoholic father dying and his mother dying…