This was a hard show to work on in terms of the subject matter. With all of the mass shootings going on in America I thought it was important to bring awareness to the mass amount of shootings in our country and the effects it has on us. Roulette is told in three stories. The first story is about a primary school shooting, the second a shooting taking place in high school focusing the hate we put on otherness and takes place in college with a young man using a gun to get the grade he wants. All of these stories have a place in the realm of possibility and this is why Ben Baylon and I decided we had to put this show up now. This show taught me a lot about myself and my values. I was able to further shape what I want my art to be and that was to be a tool for teaching. If you knew me you’d know I usually keep things light and I try to steep everything in humor, that is why this show was so important for my body of work. This show pushed me out of my comfort zone, taught me how to talk about tough subjects and how to handle serious scenes with actors. The proceeds from this show went to help fund CPS schools, which I try to support in many things I do. Nothing is more important than learning and teaching.