Anxiety and Trauma

I attended a psychodrama workshop two weeks ago. It was a transformative experience for me, and I keep trying to think of a way to consolidate it here, but I can’t. Drama therapy is experiential, and reading about psychodrama myself didn’t prepare me for how powerful it would turn out to be. Long story short, […]

Testing, 1… 2… 3…

My website isn’t currently cross-posting to Facebook like it should. I think I have fixed the problem, but want to double-check. Thank you for your patience. Here is a photo of my cat, Angel, for your trouble.

Money Troubles Swing Both Ways

Someone told me that when poor people actually manage to have money, they don’t know what to do with it and it becomes a source of stress. That’s kind of how I feel right now.

I have a couple hundred dollars in my bank account somehow, and I will get another couple hundred before the end of the month.

About half of that I will need to help cover rent and bills at the first of the month, but I’m so used to not having any money, or having just enough to buy gas and groceries that it’s still weird.

Curriculum Vitae

Dana Sayre Education M.A. Performance Studies, Texas A&M University, College Station, TX, May 2012 Thesis: “Queer Utopian Performance at Texas A&M University.” B.A. English, Suma Cum Laude, Fairmont State University, Fairmont, WV, May 2010 B.A. Theatre, Suma Cum Laude, Fairmont State University, Fairmont, WV, May 2009 Employment History BookWoman, Assistant to the Owner Feb 2014 […]