Thoughts on Life&Work

Posted by kmreed | 12 March 2018
An Interview with MyTheatreMates about Version 2.0

I was recently interviewed by Terri Paddock of MyTheatreMates.com about Version 2.0. Here is the text of that interview.

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Posted by kmreed | 19 January 2018
SHADOWS, director’s notes

The following are my director’s notes from the printed program of SHADOWS, a project that I directed in late 2017. SHADOWS ran for a short 3 night run from 5th – 7th December, 2017 at Theatro Technis in London. "It’s not that I haven’t been listening to the discussion, it’s that I didn’t know where...

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Posted by kmreed | 17 January 2018
A Call for Action: Making copyright affordable to defend

The founders of the United States believed so much in an author's right to his own work that it's written into the constitution. A bill is before the House of Representatives that will finally give those of us who create an affordable option to protect our rights as creators. While I've taken a bit of a sabbatical...

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Posted by kmreed | 6 January 2018
My Year In Review

A year and some ago, I set out on a journey to fully engage myself in a new career in an industry that I loved so much, but strayed away from. I, also, decided it was time for a change, and left New York for a foreign country that has become my home. Squire Lane...

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Posted by kmreed | 2 February 2017
A rehearsed reading of The Jungle Room at the London Writers’ Showcase

In December, my short play "The Jungle Room" was selected to be a part of the London Writers' Showcase at the London Improv Theatre. The showcase is a night of rehearsed readings of four pieces of written work by emerging writers in the London area. Unlike other events like this, the LWS invites dramatic pieces in...

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Posted by kmreed | 12 January 2017
Sapiosexual screening at the NewFilmmakers NY Winter Screening series

Sapiosexual, a short film I edited last year, is now an official selection in the "New Filmmakers New York" Winter Screening series. The film is directed by New School MFA Director Kristin Heckler and stars three MFA Graduates from the New School: Ryan Natalino, Graham Miles and Dustin Hirthler. The film will screen at Anthology...

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Posted by kmreed | 10 January 2017
The Theatre is a [ Safe and Special ] Place Where Conversations Begin.

As we get closer to the day when Donald Trump will be sworn in as the President of the United States, I can't help but think back to one of his now infamous tweets. I struggled, like many who voted for a different candidate, to speak rationally about the subject and though I posted a little...

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Posted by kmreed | 8 November 2016
Election Day 2016

I had to pray today. I asked the big guy to help our nation make a sane decision; a decision that will keep us together and moving forward; a decision that doesn't set us back to the 1800's. Though my vote is already in, in a couple hours the rest of the US will begin...

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Posted by kmreed | 9 September 2016
9/11: What Does It Mean to Memorialize?

https://soundcloud.com/group-i/911-podcast It is hard to believe that 15 years has passed since September 11, 2001. The events on that day started a new era in human history and have shaped the lives of everyone living today. Late last year, I had the pleasure of working with  a group of fellow M.A. Media Studies graduate students at...

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Posted by kmreed | 26 August 2016
Sapiosexual screening at the Action on Film Festival, CA

Sapiosexual, a short film that I edited this spring will have its festival debut at the Action on Film Festival in Monrovia, California.  The film is directed by New School MFA Director Kristin Heckler and stars three MFA graduates from the New School, Ryan Natalino, Graham Miles and Dustin Hirthler. The film will screen as...

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