Another side of Sandee Mason’s author, B. Lynn Goodwin
I’ve hung on to a lot of shirts over the years. Some are too small. Others have holes. I keep them for the memories. They remind me of how I got to be as old and fulfilled as I am today.
One of my favorites is a fitted black tee with white letteringfrom the seventies that says Improvisational Comedy in an arc across the back. In the front is my name and the word director. These were our costumes for San Ramon High School’s Improvised Comedy Troupe. I loved working with those actors. They were always actors first in my mind and teenagers second.
I let my actors make the decisions about color, lettering, and style. I would not be a performer, so I didn’t order a shirt, but they surprised me. “You’re our director,” one said. “You taught us how to do this stuff,” another added as…
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I didn’t think about it when I was writing this but this shows me in the role of a drama teacher, as well as in many other life-roles. I’d love to read your reactions
I think T-shirts tell a lot about our lives. I have a drawer full of running shirts and I haven’t run in over a decade. Another one proves I made it to the top of Mt. Whitney. Twenty years later, I settle for “writer’s t-shirts.” So, when are you going to make WOW shirts?
Sorry it took me so long to find this, Marjorie.