|Home page of Louis E. Catron
"Courage is not the absence of fear,
but rather the judgment that something else is more important
of Theatre ~
~ Author ~
(For all those who believe I don't
even own a necktie, much less wear one, see? A tie!
This picture was taken for a news story about an award
and they demanded I find and put on a tie. Temporarily.)
~A site for creative
and all of us who
students of the arts~
"On a day no different than the one now dawning, Shakespeare sat down
started Hamlet, Leonardo stepped to an easel and made the first strokes
of the Mona Lisa, and Beethoven took out a sketch book and began the
from Robert Richardson, Emerson: The Mind on Fire
Dr. Louis E. Catron
Professor of Theatre
Department of Theatre,
College of William and
P. O. Box 8795
(remove the "X" and the "Z," which are there to thwart those fiendish
bots that pick up
for their ugly spam lists)
to William and Mary--William and Mary
to Theatre, Speech, and Dance--
are invited to visit the Links below
STUFF (books, articles, interviews)~
of my books,Writing, Producing, and Selling Your Play and Elements
of Playwriting (the
takes the form of a "dialogue" between two people, recommending how to
write a play), please click these two sources here:
Bound" Dialogue #10
Bound" Dialogue #12
an interview by Jenna
of "Absolute Write"
Power of One: The Solo
|This is a reprint of an article I
wrote that first was published in Writers
Digest . It now appears in Holly Lisle's Vision. Click:
Attribution Simple,” He…
uttered, commented, cried,
voiced, barked, returned,
demanded, snapped, observed, and muttered—but…
title will make sense when you see the article.)
This link takes you to Holly's front page where you'll find a number of
fine articles for writers: Link.
way to madness *s*.
a reprint of an article that
was published in Writers Digest
shows writers how to use actors' techniques to create dimensional
visit Holly Lisle's Vision
by clicking here
and scroll down
the "Contents" on the
left side of the page:
Touch of Madness:
Writer as Actor."
My professional vitae (the form detailing education,
awards, publications, and more of
sort of thing that colleges and universities ask of faculty).
Please go here to
this site on Amazon.com to read my short fiction story called "The Good
Stuff," a light-hearted magic realism story.
go here to read my short story, "Fat Busters, Inc.," a story
about--koff koff--the greatest medical development of all time!
"Fat Busters, Inc."
SITES FOR THEATRE PEOPLE~
a discussion of copyright laws for Directors, Artistic Directors,
Chairs, Teachers, Playwrights, Sound Designers, Choreographers...please
JOBS FOR THEATRE PEOPLE" --
A listing of a nicely large number (more than 30!) sites
you find a theatre job.
the sites, please click here:
Job Sites .
SITES FOR WRITERS~
FOR FICTION AND NON-FICTION WRITERS. For
an annotated list of links for writers--lots of really good
an annotated list of websites
playwrights, please click here:
PEOPLE MAKE GREAT HOME PAGES~
a link to novelist-screenwriter
delightful wit) Karen Hall (M*A*S*H, Judging Amy, Dark
Ryder has been an actor,
and designer, and one of my
best ADs and PSMs. With all
he also ranks as one of the
time Good Guys of the world.
a link to his current obsession--cakes--please click BKeith's page
look at the BKeith Cakes link:
a link to novelist-screenwriter John Gilstrap (Nathan's Run, At
All Costs , others) please click here:
Swinging Sounds, hear Ginny Carr, Bob McBride, and others of the Uptown
Vocal Jazz Quartet. They may be performing in a venue near
You can listen to excerpts from their NEW CD "When The Sun Goes Down
site for great sounds.
New Nashville stars Kate Ashby Chiles
and Lindsay Blair Wilkinson have teamed up to become "Ashby-Blair" and
you'll want to listen to their album, "Beyond the Walls," a mixture of
acoustic pop, folk, and country.
PEOPLE WRITE GREAT BOOKS!
I'm not objective. Mattter of fact, I bubble with pride and it is
damned exciting to see former students enjoy gigantic successes.
But that aside, please take a look at these books. You'll find
writing and be as impressed as I am! (And DO urge your local
to get them.)
Debts, by Karen Hall.
Cheese, Sheri Holman's
link. Neat interview with Sheri at Barnes
and Noble link.
Lodger, by Sheri Holman.
Tongue, by Sheri Holman.
Cheese, by Sheri Homan.
Princess of the Moon and Stars, Korea, A.D. 595 (The Royal Diaries),
by Sheri Holman. Amazon
Free, by John Gilstrap.
Costs, by John Gilstrap.
Steven, by John Gilstrap.
Run, by John Gilstrap.
by Anthony Grooms. Amazon
No More: Stories, by Anthony
Family Guides Big Island of Hawaii: The Most Complete Guide to
Family Fun and Adventure!, by Catherine
Bridges Tarleton. Amazon
Stories that Taste Like Hawaii, by Catherine Bridges Tarleton. Amazon
Mauna Kea, by Catherine
Bridges Tarleton. Amazon
Heels, Sheryl J. Anderson.
Heels webpage. Sheryl's website link.
Killer Cocktail: A Mollie
by Sheryl J. Anderson.
link. (See link to her website, above.)
The Girl Who Falls Down: A
Biography of Joan McCracken, by Lisa Jo Sagolla. Amazon
Don't Jettison Medicine:
Resuscitate Your Passion for the Career You Loved!, by Patricia L. Raymond. Amazon
Colonoscopy: It'll Crack U
Up, by Patricia
L. Raymond. Amazon
The Potpourri Page. Photographs (including Glenn Close),
stories, theatre reviews, a farewell speech, and whatever doesn't seem
to fit anywhere else. (Right. That's one way of saying "the grab