One-Act Play Script – The Canyon Flier

FREE SCRIPT to use for educational projects of theatre and video production STUDENTS. If you use the script, share your pictures and videos here. I want to see what you create. The Canyon Flier by C. Dawn McCallum One-Act Play in the Style of Magical Realism Cast 1 F / 9 M* OLD ERNESTO   ... Continue Reading →

~ Prayer for America ~

O Thou kind Lord!  This gathering is turning to Thee.  These hearts are radiant with Thy love.  These minds and spirits are exhilarated by the message of Thy glad-tidings. O God!  Let this American democracy become glorious in spiritual degrees even as it has aspired to material degrees, and render this just government victorious.  Confirm... Continue Reading →

Prayer for Writing

“Praise be to Thee, O my God, Thou has guided me to the horizon of Thy Manifestation and made me known through Thy name. I beg of Thee, by the radiance of the light of Thy gifts, and the waves of Thy beneficence, to endow my utterance with inspiration from the traces of Thy Supreme... Continue Reading →

Perspective as Life

There’s a game I used to play when I was a kid. There’s not a name for this game, and I probably never told anyone I did it. If I did tell someone, they’d just think it was strange or they wouldn’t understand what I meant. But I played the game a lot. Every morning... Continue Reading →

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I listened to the Guardian's live YouTube coverage of the impeachment hearings today. This was the shot the camera was at the recess. It's an image to ponder. I'm #thankful for those who have the courage to speak up and was moved by Lt. Col. Vindman's opening statement.

Gratitude for Chairs

God and I have an inside joke about chairs. In the first year or so after I became a Bahá'í, I helped organize the Sunday devotionals program at the Dallas Baha'i Center. This was during the time when the Center was in a funky old house on Northwest Highway, not the big church that it's... Continue Reading →

woman speaks softly in a small room

In the middle of the night (in the aftermidnight, one might say) when I’m sleeping, I’m often awakened by words and phrases. The Night, in a basket full of dreams, delivers these sounds that wake me, and say, “Here, if you’ll take them, they are yours.” Some choices I have at that moment include: get... Continue Reading →

Dream Role: On Golden Pond

This October, I'll be playing Chelsea in Ernest Thompson's On Golden Pond. I watched the movie a dozen or so times when I was a youngster in the early 80s, so it's been a blast to dig into this moving play that has touches of life's humor. You could say it's a dream role for... Continue Reading →

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