I can recall the time that followed my first national workshop. All of the excitement of new friends and new skills still went through me like a child on Christmas morning considering all of the possibilities of fun with my new toys. I thoroughly enjoyed having my college friends ask me to show them what I had learned. Eventually I was approached by a former professor to choreograph the fights for a production of Hamlet at my undergraduate program. With excitement and great pride I happily accepted.
Burns, T. Fulton. “When the Smoke from the Battle Has Cleared.” The Cutting Edge, vol. 21, no. 2, 2010, pp. 6-7.