I've been writing. Not as much as I think I should be if I'm trying to get this done. Honestly, writing the last couple of posts pressured me to read and compile more, less than write more. But, but I did end up writing. And I wrote more on this draft of the script. I know where it goes, and have a few drafts of one or two scenes in the second act. This is just the first act. Sometimes I'm ashamed of my writing style: it appears to be less professional like Steven King, and more amateur. I don't like the word amateur. This script is a little revolutionary, but I'm doing what I can to make sure that all characters are likable to a certain extent. I also am trying to leave the roles open for as many people to be able to play them as possible, without gender or racial restrictions. I may get rid of the foreign language pieces, as they don't seem to be doing much besides emphasize the multi-cultural aspect of the Catedral. I feel like I am too rigid in my idea of where this goes, but I also believe I've let it change so much over the last couple of years that it is basically an entirely different script - just with similar plot lines. If there is anything that interests you most about it, please let me know. If you have questions about a situation or character, the same thing goes.
Megaliths and Mutual Measures
I’ve been thinking about megalithic structures - mostly structures in the Middle East. Many of which have unfortunately been destroyed. Thankfully not Petra or Baalbek. What is it that enabled stone age people to build something like that? Baalbek was inhabited before 5,000 BCE. The largest blocks weigh one thousand six hundred and fifty tons. Even Gobekli Tepe was abandoned even earlier, back around 10,000 BCE. It wasn’t built then, it was abandoned. At that time, cuneiform didn’t even exist. There weren’t even copper tools. We probably don’t have the faith to unite to build something like that today in our modern, secular, capitalist environment.
Went to school for theater, learned to make a living in food, fitness, sales, and public education.