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A Woman with a passion for performance and presentation

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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.

Tulis McCall is an actor, writer, producer and performer. Her first one woman show, What Everywoman Knows, was produced at the Public Theater by Michael Moriarty and the Potters Field Theatre Company, in Los Angeles by Dan Lauria, and toured nationally. Running With Scissors, directed by Philip Proctor of The Firesign Theatre, was produced in Los Angeles.  She is the recipient of the 2016 Best Standup Award from UNITED SOLO™ for Are You Serious? and the 2015 Best Storytelling Script Award from UNITED SOLO™ for her show All Aboard! Since 2007, she has hosted Monologues and Madness, an evening of original work read by 12-15 actors, each month at the Cornelia Street Café in Greenwich Village. McCall is the creator and editor of the theatre review site www.thefrontrowcenter.com that features 20 writers and covers over 500 shows per year.
She thinks the theatre is a temple.  Period.

THE FRONT ROW CENTER

Searching for theatre critiques that are bold and brief for Broadway and Off-Broadway? Check out The Front Row Center.

CEREMONY OF A LIFETIME

Are you engaged? Want an experienced officiant who will honor your personal style and create a custom ceremony for you? Tulis is your Celebrant.

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

monday musings

Life Is A Day Care Center ~ Monday, February 19, 2023

Life Is A Day Care Center ~ Monday, February 19, 2023

Monday Musings
Monday Musings
Life Is A Day Care Center ~ Monday, February 19, 2023
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There are times that I feel as though I am not alone in here, in this life and in this body. On those days my life feels like an internal day care center. A day care center on a ranch in Nowhere Montana or Wyoming or some other state that has the Big Sky.

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Share My Birthday?  I Don’t Think So ~ Monday, February 12, 2023

Share My Birthday? I Don’t Think So ~ Monday, February 12, 2023

Monday Musings
Monday Musings
Share My Birthday? I Don't Think So ~ Monday, February 12, 2023
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I was only 6 but I knew when things were right and when they were not right, and this girl could not have the same birthday as me because that was not right.

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Like…Like…Like, Right? ~ Monday, January 29, 2023

Like…Like…Like, Right? ~ Monday, January 29, 2023

Monday Musings
Monday Musings
Like...Like...Like, Right? ~ Monday, January 29, 2023
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LIKE is not a filler to slip in when you don’t trust the silence between your words. Let me give you a hot tip here: Silence is much more intriguing to your listener than the word LIKE dribbled throughout your speech like a sour perfume.

REMEMBER What comes out of your mouth is as important as what goes in.

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The Good Bits Of The Past Lift You Up In The Present ~Monday, January 22, 2024

The Good Bits Of The Past Lift You Up In The Present ~Monday, January 22, 2024

Monday Musings
Monday Musings
The Good Bits Of The Past Lift You Up In The Present ~Monday, January 22, 2024
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And you may be staying put because life has just taken a swing at you and connected. Life is overwhelming or depressing or scary or anxiety making. And you need a pick me up. So how about this – you airlift yourself up using your jet pack and you go visit these smoke signals memories and you pick out the really good memory bits as if you are pulling clean socks out of a laundry basket.

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Martin Luther King, Jr. Birthday – A Holiday In Deed?  Not Quite.

Martin Luther King, Jr. Birthday – A Holiday In Deed? Not Quite.

Monday Musings
Monday Musings
Martin Luther King, Jr. Birthday - A Holiday In Deed? Not Quite.
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Things are gently sliding back to the way they were. You know, the good old days where the people in the audience and the people on stage were white and the ticket prices were so high that people went into debt to afford them.

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