Living Up To Your Expectations.

“Expectations were like fine pottery. The harder you held them, the more likely they were to crack.” One of the first things I learnt when coming into a scene is to expect you’re going to get what you want. When you come into the scene, expect that whatever your objective is, imagine if you’re going…

For the fun of it.

There’s a classic line that directors say to actors. It goes: Start playing! There’s a reason why it’s called a play. We often forget how to have fun sometimes. There’s this ongoing pressure to take things “seriously” or make things perfect that make us lose sight of what we love doing. While working on a…

The stories we share.

It’s funny how artists sometimes think themselves as storytellers. In the middle of the year, I was fortunate enough to have an in-conversation with Osamah Sami with my fellow cohort. He was a stand-up comedian, writer, and talented actor and funny enough; a storyteller. That’s what he told us. What he put on his passport…