My relationship with YPT began eight years ago, when I was in high school. It was a very weird time in my life. I wasn’t investing in my education, I was just trying to get by. I put way more work into the play I wrote for YPT than I did into Chemistry and Math.… Continue reading My Answer to the Question: whYPT?
Early in the morning on Saturday, September 11th, 2010, approximately one hundred volunteers, actors, local historians, community members, and YPT staff (not to mention the 36,000 resting below) gathered at the historic Woodlawn Cemetery in honor of the National Day of Service. We listened to speakers from Greater DC Cares, the Woodlawn Perpetual Care Association,… Continue reading YPT Presents Sneak Previews of a New Play about Woodlawn Cemetery and Ward 7
If you're like me, quickly approaching 40 and remembering the days in college when you'd play Tetris on the little black and white screen of your Macintosh computer and "email" involved typing a whole lot of backslashes, you may be daunted by the recent onslaught of social media tools swirling through cyberspace. Don't get me… Continue reading From Tetris to Twitter: David on New Communication in Cyberspace