Brett Busang

Brett Busang

I was not only born under a bad sign, I have never deviated from its implications. When I was three, I fell off of something and began to understand complicated mathematical relationships. At five, I fell again and was found in a torrential rainfall by a small dog, who was able to herd me all the way back to the little house I lived in. Some hours later, I was discovered by a worried parent, who wondered, until that moment, what that second fall might have done to me. Fortunately, I showed some small talent as an athlete. There was even talk of scholarships, as well as the special tuition that would have to go along with them. I have no idea how I came to write unless I fell another time and can't remember it. I do, however, recall an "Aha!" experience I had when attempting to understand why people of a certain age were required to make a living. I heard a voice that said: "If you write, you won't have to worry about that." The voice was shockingly prophetic. After having become a writer, I haven't worried about money because: 1) there hasn't been any; 2) while nature may abhor a vacuum, everybody else seems to think it suits me just fine.



Appearances


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Auditions

The Nature of Captivity
By Matthew Paul Olmos
Directed by Robert Arnold
If you're in the Memphis area and would like to participate in a Chatterbox recording, check out our open call for auditions!




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