Stories Worth Visiting Again

Dave has loved theatre since his first performance in the Opera Carmen at age 6. Since then he teaches acting and has led actors workshops and founded The Northern Colorado Actors Studio. He also acts in his spare time. He recently directed, Constellations, Orson’s Shadow, and Antony and Cleopatra, Comedy of Errors, Love’s Labour’s Lost, Chimes at Midnight, Twelfth Night, King Lear, As You Like It and the regional premiere of Gloria. In his 30 years as an actor favorite roles include: Mr.Paravicini in The Mousetrap, Alf in Peter and the Starcatcher, Edgar in King Lear, Horatio in Hamlet, Orgon in Tartuffe, Benjamin Franklin in 1776, and Theo Maske in The Underpants.

Dave and his rescue cat, Dammit

Okay, I have to explain Dave’s Cat’s Name. Dave found an abandoned kitten. He tried out several names on her, but she didn’t respond to any of them. Then one day, Dave was looking for something, and said, “Dammit” because he couldn’t find what he was looking for. The kitten meowed. “What?” Dave said to himself. So he said “dammit” again, and she meowed again. “You want that for your name?” He asked her, and he said “dammit” again and again, she meowed. Dave gave in to her wishes and that’s now her official name.

Stories Worth Visiting Again

Wuthering Heights, Novel, Emily Brontë, (1939 version) William Wyler, Director, Charles MacArthur, Ben Hecht, John Huston (uncredited) Screen Writers

Jane Eyre, Charlotte Brontë (1943 version), Robert Stevenson, Director, Aldous Huxley, Robert Stevenson, John Houseman, Screen Writers

Becoming Jane Eyre, Novel, Sheila Kohler, Play unknown playwright

The Expanse, Book Series, James S. A. Corey, (2015 – ) Breck Eisner and 15 other Directors, Daniel Abraham, Mark Fergus, Ty Franck, Creators and Writers

George R.R. Martin, Author of The Game of Thrones Series

Star Trek: Lower Decks, TV Series (2020 – ) Juno Lee and 3 others, Directors, Mike McMahan, Creator and Writer, Garrick Bernard, John Cochran, Ben Joseph, Ann Acacia Kim, and 13 other Writers

Star Trek: Discovery TV Series (2017 – ) Bryan Fuller, Creator, Olatunde Osunsanmi, Jonathan Frakes, Douglas Aarniokoski, Lee Rose, and 16 other Directors, Bryan Fuller Alex Kurtzman, and 67 other Writers

Star Trek: Picard TV Series (2020 – ) Kirsten Beyer, Creator, Handle M. Culpepper, Jonathan Frakes, Akiva Goldsman, Maja Vrvilo, Douglas Aarniokoski, Directors, Kirsten Beyer, Michael Chabon, Akiva Goldsman, Alex Kurtzman, and 18 other Writers

Star Wars Franchise, George Lucas, Creator

What Should I Read Next podcast at Modern Mrs. Darcy with Anne Bogel

I Claudius Novels I Claudius and Claudius The God by Robert Graves, TV Mini Series (1976) Herbert Wise, Director, Jack Pulman, Robert Graves, Screenwriters

Mystery!: Cadfael Novels by Ellis Peters TV Series (1994 – 1998) Graham Theakston, Ken Grieve, and 5 other Directors, Simon Burke and 9 other Screenwriters

My favorite Cadfael book, The Pilgrim of Hate, book 10 by Ellis Peters

Masterpiece Theatre, WGBH Boston, PBS (Janurary 10, 1971 – )

Bridgerton, Novels, Julia Quinn, (2020 – ) Chris Van Dusen, Creator, Julie Anne Robinson, Sheree Folkson, and 3 other Directors, Chris Van Dusen, Jess Bromwell, Abby McDonald, and 10 other Screenwriters

Pride and Prejudice and Zombies Novel, Seth Grahame-Smith, Burr Steers, Director, Burr Steers, Seth Grahame-Smith, based on Jane Austen’s novel, Screenwriters

Death Comes to Pemberley Novel, P.D. James based on Jane Austen Characters, TV Series, (2013 – 2014) Daniel Percival, Director, P.D. James, Juliette Towhidi, Screenwriters

Miss Bennet: Christmas at Pemberley, Play by Lauren Gunderson and Margot Melcon, Dramatist Play Service

Pride and Prejudice, Novel Jane Austen, and many play, movie and TV Series iterations.

Downton Abbey, TV Series (2011 – 2016) Brian Percival, David Evans, Philip John, Andy Goddard, and 10 other Directors, Julian Fellows, Creator and writer, Tina Pepler, Shelagh Stephenson, Writers

Highland Glen Lodge Bed and Breakfast, Anchorage, Alaska, Afternoon Tea

Outlander Novel Series, Diana Gabaldon, TV Series, ( 2014 – ) Metin Huseyin, Stephen Woolfenden, Anna Foerster, and 19 other Directors, Ronald D. Moore, Developed by, Diana Gabaldon, Ronald D. Moore, Matthew B. Roberts, Toni Graphia, 23 other Screenwriters

Scott Hamilton, Story~Power Ep. 20 “Movie Making and More”

WandaVision TV Series (2021) Blends styles of classic sitcoms such as, I Love Lucy, Donna Reed, Ozzy and Harriet, Leave it to Beaver, The Dick Van Dyke Show, Bewitched, I Dream of Jeannie, Modern Family and more. Matt Shakman, Director, Peter Cameron, Mackenzie Dhor, Laura Donney, Bobak Esfarjani, Megan McDonnell, and 20 other Screenwriters

Crazy Ex-Girlfriend TV Series (2015 – 2019) Rachel Bloom, Aline Brosh McKenna, Creators, Stuart McDonald, Main director, and 25 others, Rachel Bloom, Aline Brosh McKenna, and 24 other screenwriters

The Coward, Playwright, Nick Jones

The Box Set for theatre introduced by Elizabeth Vestris and popularized by Marie Wilton

Closet Dramas are dramas meant to be read individually, or in small groups. Hroswitha of Gandersheim is one writer mentioned by Dave in this conversation.

Lend Me A Tenor, Playwright, Ken Ludwick

The Restoration of the Stuart Monarchy, 1660 Charles II becomes King. Theatre begins to flourish again

The Year of Living Dangerously Novel, C.J. Koch (1982) Peter Weir, Director, David Williamson, Peter Weir, C.J. Koch, Screenwriters

Sarah Bernhardt, Actress ( 1844 – 1923) Recognized as the first international stage star

Lucille Fletcher, (1912 – 200) American screenwriter of film, radio, and television.

Elspeth Eric, (1907 – 1993) American Actress working on stage, radio, television, writer for CBS Radio Mystery Theater, The General Mills Radio Adventure Theater

Celeste Sage-Tate Story~Power Ep. 22, “Subtle Feminism in Classic Movies”

Suspense Radio Show on YouTube

Katherine Hepburn, (1907 – 2003) American Actress

The Group Theatre,A theatre group founded by Harold Clurman, Cheryl Crawford, and Lee Strasberg to be a theatre company devoted exclusively to the Stansilavsky Method of acting. It ended in the late 1930s.

Bringing Up Baby (1938) From a story by Hagar Wilde, Howard Hawks, Director, Dudley Nichols, Hagar Wilde, Screenwriters

Cary Grant (1904 – 1986) British/American Actor

Rosalind Russell (1907 – 1976) American Actress

His Girl Friday (1940) Based on the American stage play Front Page by Ben Hecht, Howard Hawks, Director, Charles Lederer, Ben Hecht, Charles MacArthur, Screenwriters

Alfred Hitchcock (1899 – 1980) Iconic British director, writer, and producer with a signature style in the suspense genre

Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip TV Series (2006) 

Saturday Night Live (1975 – ) TV Variety Series

Guy de Maupassant, (1850 – 1893) French author of “The Hand”, and “The Necklace” Considered to be the father of the short story

Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu (1814 – 1873) Irish writer of Gothic tales, mystery novels, and horror fiction. One of his vampire stories predates Dracula by Bram Stoker

Henry Graham Greene (1904 – 1991) English writer and journalist considered by many to be one of the leading English novelists of the 20th century 

The CBS Radio Mystery Theater (1974 – 1982) Himan Brown, creator, E.G. Marshall, host (1974 – 1982), Tammy Grimes, host (1982)

Inner Sanctum Mysteries (1941 – 1952) Himan Brown creator and producer

“Humans are not ideally set up to understand logic; they are ideally set up to understand stories.” ~ Roger C. Schank, Cognitive Scientist

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Vacation As Opposed to Wasting Time

Hot Air Balloons Above Dallas

“A vacation is having nothing to do and all day to do it in.” ~ Robert Orben

“In matters of healing the body or the mind, vacation is a true genius!” ~ Mehmet Murat Ildan

Vacation As Opposed to Wasting Time

This is going to be a short post because I’m on vacation.

I’m really great at wasting time, but not so good at truly resting, which is what a vacation is all about. As evidenced by the fact that I’m doing a blog post on my vacation, I’m not completely resting my body and my mind. And yet, working on things I love to do can be like a mini-vacation.

Maybe you do the same thing I do. I piddle around when I feel like I need to be working, then I feel guilty about wasting time.

Wasting time doesn’t rest my mind or my body. It’s a kind of addiction that I think I perpetuate when I am in need of a true rest. But I’m not very good at actually resting, which to me is unplugging from all the tasks I have stacked up to do and being in the present moment.

A vacation is meant to help us recharge our mind, body, and spirit. This vacation I’m determined to do that. I have brought work to do, but I’m not going to do it, unless I feel it will be an energizing experience rather than a draining one.

One of the things about being self-employed is that I often work through holidays and vacations. A holiday feels like a day when no one is going to demand anything of me and I have a day to get lots done. Sometimes a vacation feels the same way. This time though, I need a real break. So, the next few posts will probably be short.

I hope you can take an hour, or a day for a mini-vacation. I may go off and take a nap before the big surprise reveal that we traveled to my brother-in-law’s 60th birthday party tonight.

Thank you so much for following. Spread the love.

Blessings,

Lucinda

Lucinda is the author of The Space Between Time, an award finalist in the “Fiction: Fantasy” category of the 2017 Best Book Awards.

Have you ever experienced life shattering events? Yeah, most of us have. In The Space Between Time, Jenna Holden gets slammed by her fiancé walking out, her mother’s untimely death, and losing her job all in one week. But she receives unexpected help when she finds her three-times great-grandmother’s journals and begins the adventure of a lifetime.

The Space Between Time is available in all ebook formats at Smashwords and for Kindle at Amazon, or you can find the ebook at iBooks or Barnes and Noble. If you prefer a physical copy, you can find a print-on-demand version at Amazon. Stay tuned for news when the audiobook version is published.

Lucinda is also the host of Story-Power a new podcast where she and her guests discuss the stories in all formats that have changed their lives. It’s available here on Sage Woman Chronicles and on Apple, Google, and Spotify podcast apps. Please rate and leave a review. It helps people find me.

I’m using my iPad to do these posts for the first time. I’m not quite up on all the features. I won’t have a donation block until I’m home again, just in case you wanted to make a donation to help support my work. Thanks in advance for any support, financial or otherwise.

The Tide Has Turned, Finally

Lighthouse

“One thing is certain, change is inevitable.” ~ James Calvin Sage

“He who rejects change is the architect of decay. The only human institution which rejects progress is the cemetery.” ~ Harold Wilson

Have you ever been in, or seen, or read about a situation and it just feels wrong? I have felt that many times. It settles in my gut like a slimy worm. It’s the worst feeling. It doesn’t have to be something that happens to me personally. It can be some world situation. I want to rage, I want Divine Oneness to do something about it because I feel powerless. And yet something inside me whispers that that is just not true. I can do something. I can speak up, I can look the bully in the eye and say, “I’m not going to take this anymore.” 

The situation that has always felt the most wrong to me is the one where the big shots make decisions that benefit themselves while undercutting the little people. They use that disgusting phrase, “It’s nothing personal, it’s just business.” Yeah, like losing my house, or my job, or getting charged huge fees for something I need isn’t personal. 

This situation has been going on for millennia and it seems like, “It’s just the way the world works and there’s nothing we can do about it.” Another phrase I hate. But we can do something about it, and in fact there are lots of people who have taken up a cause, gathered with others and made changes however small.

I have been thinking about this situation for a long time since I have been the little person at the mercy of the seemingly stronger ones on more than one occasion but I felt like I couldn’t define the situation properly until just recently.

The coalescence came when I was listening to the podcast, What Should I Read Next, episode 289 with Neil Pasricha. Neil told the story about going to see the movie Cloud Atlas, and being so taken with it that he read the book. That’s a movie/book that I love and use when teaching my dramatic structure class. There is a chilling phrase that is used more than once in that story, “The weak are meat and the strong do eat.” And if you haven’t seen the movie, or read the book with it’s six storylines, there are lots of instances of actual and metaphorical cannibalism.

But here’s my point about that phrase, it describes perfectly the way the world has worked for millennia … until now. The tide has turned. I have seen little indications of the change but this week a big one was in the news. President Biden signed an executive order just yesterday, as I write this, containing 72 initiatives to boost competition so that workers and consumers can benefit from the end of punitive hiring practices and pricing of products. I say, it’s about time for the “eating” to end.

There is something else about Cloud Atlas that is a vitally important message. At the end of the book, one of the characters, Adam Ewing, declares to his father-in-law, who buys and sells slaves, that he and his wife are moving to the East to join the Abolitionist movement. The father-in-law says something like, “It’s the way of the world. You are just one drop in a big ocean. What do you think you can do to change things?” To which Adam responds, “But what is the ocean but a multitude of drops.” And what I’m reminded of right this moment is that, water is a powerful change agent. It seems soft and insignificant, but it can cut through rock. It may take a very long time, but it changes landscapes.

When people band together in a good cause, they can change the world. There have been many times throughout history when it’s happened. And now it’s happening again with all the humanitarian movements that have been happening all over the world in the last few years. 

I wrote all of the above to get to this point. We’ve had it backwards all along. Those who claim to be “strong” because they have all the toys, are really terrified that they’ll end up with nothing. And the “weak” are afraid the small amount of things they have will be taken away. What we’ve never realized is that the Universe is abundant and there is enough of everything to go around. Everyone can have enough of whatever it is they want and need. And maybe that’s what we’re waking up to. We’re starting to balance out the distribution of wealth and all the rest so everyone is taken care of. Now that feels good!

Thanks to my new followers. If you listen to my podcast, Story~Power, please go to your favorite podcast app and rate it, and/or write a review. It will help people find me.

We’re off on vacation this week, so the next few posts will probably be short. I hope your life is going well and you’re healthy and happy.

Lucinda Sage-Midgorden © 2021

Lucinda is the author of The Space Between Time, an award finalist in the “Fiction: Fantasy” category of the 2017 Best Book Awards.

Have you ever experienced life shattering events? Yeah, most of us have. In The Space Between Time, Jenna Holden gets slammed by her fiancé walking out, her mother’s untimely death, and losing her job all in one week. But she receives unexpected help when she finds her three-times great-grandmother’s journals and begins the adventure of a lifetime.

The Space Between Time is available in all ebook formats at Smashwords and for Kindle at Amazon, or you can find the ebook at iBooks or Barnes and Noble. If you prefer a physical copy, you can find a print-on-demand version at Amazon. Stay tuned for news when the audiobook version is published.

Lucinda is also the host of Story-Power a new podcast where she and her guests discuss the stories in all formats that have changed their lives. It’s available here on Sage Woman Chronicles and on Apple, Google, and Spotify podcast apps. Please rate and leave a review. It helps people find me.

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Finding Your Niche

Gemma Mikaela Germán was born, raised, and still lives in a small border town called Douglas, AZ.  She earned her BA in Secondary Education and her MA in Reading and Curriculum from Grand Canyon University.

Gemma is currently a 7th grade reading teacher where she is guaranteed laughter at least twice a day. It is her dream job. What other occupation can you have a teenager describe the scent of your classroom as, “It smells like a butterfly in here”? She received the honor of being Cochise County Teacher of the Year in 2017. 

One of Gemma’s hobbies is teaching Folklorico to her middle school students. She loves teaching her Mexican culture to both students and the audiences that they perform to. Gemma’s culture is also brought forth in her writing. She loves to weave her Mexican roots into the stories she writes.

Twitter: @GiGi1539

Finding Your Niche

Douglas Oral History Project Beth Henson and Ceci Lewis Story~Power guests episode 24 “Every Life is a Library”, aired June 9, 2021

Grimm’s Fairy Tales, Wilhelm and Jacob Grimm

Black Beauty, Anna Sewell

The Baby Sitter’s Club series, Ann M. Martin

The Chronicles of Narnia series C.S. Lewis

The Harry Potter series, J.K. Rowling

The Lord of the Ring series, J.R.R. Tolkien

Room Magazine

Room’s 2021 Creative Writing Mentor In Residence Program Mentees! Mentor Téa Mutonji

Cat Beat Sheet

Bec McMaster, Court of Dreams series and more

The Invisible Library series, Genevieve Cogman

Maya Angelou, Poet, Memoirist, Civil Rights Activist (1928 – 2014)

The Joy Luck Club, Amy Tan

The Giver, Lois Lowery

A.D. Trosper, The Raven Daughter series, and more. Upcoming Story~Power guest episode 28 to air August 4, 2021

Stacy Bennett, Quest of the Dreamwalker, Call of the Huntress, books 1 and 2 of the Corthan Legacy series. Upcoming Story~Power guest episode 29 to air August 18, 2021

Telenovelas de Univision

Unpublished work in progress by Gemma Germán, Through a Villain’s Eyes

Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan (2018 – ) Carlton Cuse, Creator

Jane the Virgin (2014 – 2019) Jennie Snyder Urman, developed by

Ugly Betty (2006 – 2010) Silvio Horta, developed by

Queen of the South (2016 – 2021) M.A. Fortin and Joshua John Miller, developed by, Novel, Arturo Pérez-Reverte

Killing Eve (2028 – 2022) Based on Luke Jennings Villanelle novels, Phoebe Waller-Bridge, developed by

Stan Lee (1922 – 2018) American comic-book writer, editor, publisher, executive vice president of Marvel Comics

Measure for Measure, William Shakespeare

Folklorico, a collection of traditional Mexican dances that emphasize local folk culture. States mentioned, Jalisco and Vera Cruz

Cascarones or Confetti eggs (Tia – aunt)

Huber Middle School, Douglas, Arizona

Ray Borane Middle School, Douglas, Arizona

Brené Brown, Researcher and Author

Elizabeth Gilbert, Author

Dr. Maria Church, Love Based Leadership, A Course in Leadership: 21 Spiritual Lessons on Power, Love and Influence, Story~Power guest episode 25 aired June 23, 2021

NetGalley For book reviewers and other professional readers to read yet to be published books for the purpose of writing reviews

Ross B Lampbert, author of The Eternity Plagueseries

Love Life, with Parrots: a memoir, Cappy Love Hanson

“Humans are not ideally set up to understand logic; they are ideally set up to understand stories.” ~ Roger C. Schank, Cognitive Scientist

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We Share This Planet

Blue Tang (Dory) Fish

“There is pleasure in the pathless woods, there is rapture in the lonely shore, there is society where none intrudes, by the deep seas, and music in the roar; I love not Man the less, but Nature more.” ~ Lord Byron

“I go to nature to be soothed and healed, and to have my senses put in order.” ~ John Burroughs

I’m back. It’s been a busy time of work on upcoming podcast episodes but I have a few in the can, as they say in the movie business, so I can take time to reconnect with all of you.

Barry and I have just cut the cord on our satellite entertainment and are now streamers. One of the things we did right away was search out some documentaries that we’d heard about and they had a big impact on me.

I have to say that I’m not really an outdoorsy person. I don’t mind going camping if I can live in a trailer, or if there are showers readily available. I’m not athletic enough to be a good hiker. I might walk through a forest, like the Red Woods, but, for the most part, I like to sit and enjoy nature from my porch or from a balcony.

I do love, as I’ve written often, to watch the wildlife traipse through our back yard. And just sitting still out in nature and listening to the birdsong, the wind, thunderstorms, or the waves is good enough for me.

When I was a young girl, my family watched the Sunday night Disney show, which often had animal stories, but those were never my favorites. Since we became streamers, that has changed. Three documentaries touched me so deeply that I feel differently about my place on the planet.  

The first documentary we watched was My Octopus Teacher, (2020) which won an Oscar this year for best documentary feature. It’s about Craig Foster, a film maker living in South Africa. At the beginning he talks about how the lockdown has prevented him from working and he’s suffering depression as a result. His relationships are suffering and he feels lost. But he lives on the tip of the continent at False Bay along the Cape Town coastline. This bay is a section of calm in an otherwise treacherous ocean. He has often snorkeled in the bay but because he’s bored and depressed he starts going every day. One day, he meets an interesting octopus and begins following her. Eventually, they form a bond and for a year, Foster dives everyday, expanding his lung capacity so he can stay submerged for longer periods of time to be with his octopus friend. He enlists the help of a human filmmaker friend to document their encounters. There are too many details to share but the upshot of the film is that this unprecedented relationship healed Foster’s depression and gave him a new perspective on the preciousness of the natural world. It also helped him heal his human relationships. As a result of his octopus teacher, he founded the Sea Change Project.  

The second documentary is titled, The Year Earth Changed, (2021) with David Attenborough as the narrator. This Apple + documentary is about how nature is making a comeback due to humans being locked down for a year. These stories about how the lack of our presence in outdoor spaces has helped several species of animals begin to thrive again touched me so deeply. We humans think we have dominion over the earth and that all spaces belong to us. But the fact is we share this planet with plants and animals and we need to do a better job of being mindful of their needs over our hunger for entertainment and recreation.

The third documentary I watched is titled The Elephant Queen. This one was released in 2019, but is even more relevant today. It’s about an elephant matriarch named Athena, and her family as they navigate the harsh conditions of the African savannah to find food and water. The tragic thing about this documentary is that both Athena, and her male counterpart, Satao both have huge tusks and at the end we are told that Satao was killed by poachers, and Athena disappeared presumed dead on the trek between the summer watering hole and her family’s winter refuge. To have such long tusks, they were both older than 50 years. As with all elders, they took a great deal of experience with them and I must say I cried to hear of their tragic ends.

I have loved elephants ever since I was a child and saw them, Asian elephants, at the Portland Zoo. I thought they were magnificent, and if I ever had a chance to see African elephants, I might feel I could die and go to heaven. Studies have shown that elephants are highly intelligent. They mourn their dead, and are extremely loyal to their family group and this documentary shows both of those attributes.

I’m kind of on a roll now and will be watching other nature documentaries so that even though I’m not much of an outdoorsy person, I can still admire and appreciate the natural world. I want to educate myself on ways to work with nature rather than assume that because I’m human I own everything. After all, I share this planet with all kinds of magnificent beings.

I hope your summer/winter is going well and that you are getting to go out and enjoy nature and perhaps appreciating it more than ever before.

Blessings.

Lucinda Sage-Midgorden © 2021

Lucinda is the author of The Space Between Time, an award finalist in the “Fiction: Fantasy” category of the 2017 Best Book Awards.

Have you ever experienced life shattering events? Yeah, most of us have. In The Space Between Time, Jenna Holden gets slammed by her fiancé walking out, her mother’s untimely death, and losing her job all in one week. But she receives unexpected help when she finds her three-times great-grandmother’s journals and begins the adventure of a lifetime.

The Space Between Time is available in all ebook formats at Smashwords and for Kindle at Amazon, or you can find the ebook at iBooks or Barnes and Noble. If you prefer a physical copy, you can find a print-on-demand version at Amazon. Stay tuned for news when the audiobook version is published.

Lucinda is also the host of Story-Power a new podcast where she and her guests discuss the stories in all formats that have changed their lives. It’s available here on Sage Woman Chronicles and on Apple, Google, and Spotify podcast apps. Please rate and leave a review. It helps people find me.

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