Crossing the Line

I’m a big fan of Big Brother. Not only do I watch the show, but I subscribe to the live feeds, follow the #bb13 feeds (old school to #cbsbigbrother), listen to podcasts dedicated to the show, and follow various fan blogs. Needless to say, I’m a tad bit addicted to this summer tv show. Recently,…

Stories High XII Bio

Conrad Panganiban is a playwriting nomad having lived in the 707/831/916/408/415 and 510. Honored to have his third Stories High play (BORDERS, SH VIII 2005 / THE GIFT, SH X 2008) share the stage with other amazingly adapted works by the inspiring playwrights, actors, directors and crew of Stories High XII. His scripts have been…

Compass a Little Off

Not sure where I want this career to go right now. Don’t get me wrong, I still love to write! As a matter of fact, I just finished a draft of my one-act, STANDING ABOVE PAJARO and feel good about the edits and reigning some stuff in. But in terms of what kind of writer…

What’s in a name?

http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20081016193925AArnZse The very first time I fell in love with the concept of giving characters unique name was watching a Playwright’s (whose name escapes me right now) showcase where a good friend acted in. The playwright used some of the most unique names, albeit those escape me now as well, but it’s important to note…

Anonymous said…

I’m a HUGE Big Brother fan and I visit at least 4 BB boards every couple of hours just to get the POV of what’s happening in the house from different angles as well as from the #BB13 Twitter feed. Needless to say, everyone has an opinion. But what strikes, and saddens, me is the…

Who am I writing for?

“I’m wearying of movies that are for “everybody” — which means, nobody in particular.” – Roger Ebert, review for Midnight in Paris. I’m wearying of movies that are for “everybody” — which means, nobody in particular. I read this in a review for “Midnight in Paris” written by Roger Ebert, and it got me thinking…