[Disclaimer: Full Act I, some of Act II.] Introduction The Cooper home is a discrete, run-down condominium located somewhere in the middle of Atlanta, Georgia in the early 2000s. The condominium is a small, one-bedroom, with a small den, dining area, kitchen, and bathroom included. … Continue reading “The Ticket” By: Michael Bryan
“Excuse me, Miss” By:Michael Bryan Excuse me, Miss, are you out there? Walking down the street, I thought I felt your warm stare, until I looked into the hot air. Excuse me, Miss, are you out there? Walking into the store, I thought I smelled … Continue reading “Excuse me, Miss” (Poem)
A marine veteran’s journey through chaos to a life of fulfillment. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L5sGSNcYSBg&t=631s
For this semiotics analysis, I’m going to analyze the 1966’ television sitcom, Batman:Hizzoner the Penguin (1966). The main premise of the episode revolves around Batman’s nemesis, the Penguin, running for Mayor of Gotham City. First, I’m going to discuss why the name of the show, … Continue reading Batman 1966′ (Semiotics analysis)
Satan’s Angel By: Michael Bryan Lacey echoes, “I told you, you would always be by my side, I don’t know why you didn’t believe me.” I sit looking out at the dark, shallow water in confusion. Behind me, Lacey digs up dirt from a hole … Continue reading Satan’s Angel (Short Story) By: Michael Bryan
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qq2eidFN6hM&t=4s A project I wrote and co-directed for class. It’s about a girl who wakes up in a dorm room with no recollection of the night before.