August 11, 2012

Join me for the first full reading of Swimming Up the Sun - The Adoption Play at the Kennedy Center, Sat. Sept. 1 at 1:00 PM in the North Atrium Foyer. The reading is free, part of the Page to Stage Festival that runs all weekend. Our cast includes Zara Phillips, Bret...

May 23, 2012

Feeling better today. You know what helped? Pema Chodron's concept of Rootlessness. That most of us feel at one time or another a rootlessness, a groundlessness. We don't have to hurry to put firm ground under our feet. We can be groundless and rootless, secure in the...

April 22, 2012

What helped us overcome adoption trauma? How do we tell the truth about our experience and stay positive? How do we turn recovery into purpose? At the American Adoption Congress conference in Denver this week, I'm leading a panel discussion with authors Patrick McMahon...

August 24, 2011

Miss "Cars" the first time around? Join us at the Kennedy Center for a ride through one man's automotive life and times. 
 

A Natural History of My Husband's Cars is presented by ABG Playwrights and is part of the Kennedy Center's 10th Annual Page to Stage Festival....

July 11, 2011

Do you have a car story? Sure you do!


Brigid Schulte wrote a great car story about her Volvo in the Post magazine last week.
Tell us your car story and come hear ours at A Natural History of My Husband's Cars on July 29 at the Takoma Park, MD Community Auditorium.

June 5, 2011

Even as a young boy in Northern Virginia, Jim Landry always wanted to drive. Fascinated by cars, he began driving himself to piano lessons at age 12 in his mother's '61 Mercury station wagon. From a '62 Volkswagon Beetle ragtop to a '72 Oldsmobile to the pocket-rocket...

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