I recently directed the remount of STAND by Jim Reyland starring Barry Scott and Chip Arnold. Directing a remount is always tricky business, and it took some effort to figure out how to marry a previous vision with a new experience. In the end, it came together well and I was really proud to work on a play about such an important topic: homelessness. I direct a lot of plays that I’d like to claim challenge my audiences, but at best these works come off as mostly entertainment and food for thought. This play, however, really calls for immediate action: to take a stand to end homelessness. It’s a powerful work and I’m grateful to have participated in it’s recreation! It showed for a week at the Tennessee Performing Arts Center for both public and school performances, and is now going on tour to San Jose, Los Angeles, Las Vegas, and a few other cities. Onward!