The Double Heart by Renee McNeil, directed by Renee McNeil; starring Robert Bryson and Chelsea Clark. A man receives another part of a heart, but is he capable of living with it?
Renee McNeil digs deep in her writing, here’s why…
We hear a lot about inspiration – or Muse – that drives an artist. What inspires you?
Change, discovery, the need to create.
What is your vision and process for the play/part
Always finding the clarity of the story and characters. Am I communicating what I would like to show and say.
What do you want most in your chosen profession? It’s OK to say “fame” or “wealth.”
Consistently working and a professional at it.
Sally Field and Paul Newman both said of their profession… “it’s all I can do.” Is this all you can do?
No…I don’t believe that. I believe you can do many things but what are the God given gifts, talents skills you already have and also you keep growing in other areas and so you can produce in those also. And what is the God given desire in you already and desires can grow and change.
Along those lines, if you couldn’t so this, what would you do?
Many other things.
How do you want [legit] history to remember you?
A loving, giving person. To help make a difference, to be a need in this world.
God is the ultimate creator and we are in the image of God. So, we are vessels of God and can create many things also. Don’t limit yourself and what God can do through you.