I learned a lot about the script this time out, and I look forward to further developing its religious aspects, particularly in regards to how Anne Hutchinson stands out in her world, and fleshing out my new additions: governor's wife Margaret Winthrop and first American poet Anne Bradstreet. For now, though, I will be taking a break from thinking about Puritans (they've been occupying my headspace for six months now). I have other projects to tackle -- an academic essay on superheroes and disability, a new draft of Tin Noses to attend to, and the outlining of a new, stronger version of my play about Bob Kane and Bill Finger. As always, I am excited about the possibilities. Onward!