Banksy? Banksy? Did somebody say Banksy???

October 9, 2018

The greatest crimes in the world are not committed by people breaking the rules but by people following the rules. It’s people who follow orders that drop bombs and massacre villages.  …Banksy   Play is dangerous. I’m remembering The Fight Club and how the film incorporates some aspects of a play revolution but mixed in with…

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Last Launch, September 2018

October 3, 2018

…as in this nifty article from the NYTimes closest competitor, the West Seattle Blog. PS, none of this is true, but it makes a great read! Book launch for Shepherd Siegel’s ‘Disruptive Play’ And here’s the narrated-by-caption picture gallery from the paisley and green event [Hint: With headphones on, play Side 2 of Dark Side…

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Two Deadheads Walk Into a Bar . . . mmmm, “Disruptive Play” on tour!

March 20, 2018

Some of the 2018 tour . . . It’s all rye cheer. yers,

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Disruptive Play at Ignite Seattle, 10/19/17

March 20, 2018

This is my introduction to Disruptive Play, nervously in front of a packed house at the Egyptian Theater in Seattle.      

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Travel: A February Sojourn in the Heart of Mexico

February 9, 2018

I’ve known John Byfield since 5th grade. When I moved to Seattle in 1992, John and his wife Kate, who travel a lot, were among the four or five people I knew. They made me welcome then, and they made me welcome again in THEIR new home, Mineral de Pozos, Mexico when I went down…

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Trump as Trickster? Unfair to Trickster!

January 24, 2018

Whenever folks talk about Tricksters in politics and culture, the conversation often gets around to President Donald Trump, isn’t he a trickster? It was only a matter of time before someone adopted that theme as a Jungian lens, a conceptual template, a handle to attach. Randy Fertel’s piece in The Washington Monthly: This Archetype Explains…

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