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Nassau

The city of Nassau is vast in its history, having once served as a pirate republic, a haven for thieves, murderers and outcasts in the 1700s. Today it is the hub of hundreds of cruise ship passengers in search of... Continue Reading →

Inagua

I landed on Inagua shortly after noon on November 21 and was met with clear skies and a light but welcomed breeze. Inagua is the southernmost island in the Bahamian archipelago and is known as the land of salt, for... Continue Reading →

Suzy’s final night

Some weeks ago Stephen, Dr. Nicolette Bethel, Erin Knowles and some hardworking and dedicated actors and I wrapped up work on Everyone You Love Will Dead. It was an evening of two one act plays, The Melancholy of Suzanna Turnquest... Continue Reading →

In the shadows

Some time ago I wrote a very bizarre yet humorous script. I called it "The Melancholy of Suzanna Turnquest", or something like that. That was nearly six years ago. Today rehearsals are underway. Funny. It's a play about revenge, family,... Continue Reading →

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