Monthly Archive: July 2022

The Banjo Solo

Sundays are the best days here. Sunday means sleeping in, preparing meals, and taking long showers before heading to rehearsal at noon. Looking out the window this morning, I could see the rain trickling...

Stresses About Coming

I was worried about this trip and coming to Scotland because I assumed Scotland was, well, very white. I was worried the food would be bland, everyone would stare at me like I was...

Proud to be An American

When I first auditioned for Americana, I thought of it as “a show about gun violence.” It was originally created to be “a show about gun violence.” Now, I’ve begun to see it as...

Coby’s Cèilidh

Our week in Glenelg was topped off with a community Ceilidh, where we shared art, music, and poetry with any locals who wanted to join the party. After some encouragement from friends, and plenty...

A Californian in Glasgow

My colleagues have, during the previous week, talked about the magic of Glenelg. And while I completely agree with them, Glenelg had a charm unmatched by anywhere I’ve been in my life. What was...

The Magical Portal of Glenelg

Glenelg is a magical portal. It carries magic in every blade of grass and every legend passed down. The highlands are the embodiment of escape, the heart of the story.  I’ve spent much of...