Tulis McCall is a woman with a passion for performance and presentation. She brings her extensive knowledge of acting, writing, and producing to everything she does.
ALL IN THE TIMING
Award-winning wit, wag, and piquant observer of life’s mysterious ways, McCall sets her sites on the greatest mystery of all: the conveyor belt of life and our place in the line-up. Check it out
MONOLOGUES & MADNESS
Due to COVID, this is temporarily suspended.
Are you an actor or writer with a new monologue you want to try out? Look no further than Monologues and Madness, the first Monday of each month.
A tip on how to lose friends and not influence people or influence them in the way you didn’t mean to. It is so easy.
Attack the Library. Not just any library. Attack the Lion Library – that is what we call it. Where the two lions – Patience and Fortitude – keep watch.
Something people may not know about turkeys of the wild sort is that they are tricky – disposition wise. Live near a wild turkey and you take your chances. They consider themselves noble and above your pay grade.
Cousins are an odd lot. Not as close as siblings, which can be a good thing because there is less baggage. They show up on special occasions most of which are pretty good – summer holidays, weddings, even funerals can be good for a few laughs. You share invisible strings that are attached at a very young age with a gentle touch. So gentle that you don’t know they are there until someone tugs at them.
That is the thing about sorting. It makes everything so messy. Yesterday I spent 30 minutes looking for an old photo of me and when I found it the THIRD time, I taped it to the wall.
I met a man at a party the other day who said he tries to get in 8 miles a day. Three in the morning and five in the afternoon. THAT brough me up short. How was that even possible I asked. Oh, simple he said – We (he and his dog) walk from 122 Street down to the reservoir and back. Reservoir? I thought. There is a reservoir in New York?
It’s not that I hated turnip. I didn’t hate it. Turnip made me gag. There is a difference.