Author Archives: Daisy Eagan

About Daisy Eagan

Tony Award-winning actor (youngest female recipient), award-winning writer, mother, cross-sectional feminist, queer, lovable misanthrope. Black Lives Matter. Abortion is healthcare.

To My Theater Peers

My Fellow Theater Professionals, I have seen a lot of justified outrage and frustration following the “revelations” in The Hollywood Reporter regarding Scott Rudin. Your anger is righteous. We all have the right to safe workplace. Moving forward, I know … Continue reading

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A Piece I Wrote for/and Got Rejected by Modern Love

“Didn’t you used to be gay?” a reporter from The Observer asked me when she interviewed me for my wedding announcement in 2003.  We had run in overlapping circles in New York City in the 90s. The interview hadn’t actually … Continue reading

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Very Exciting Announcement Coming Soon!

Friends! I know it’s been radio silence from me since August of the year which shall not be named. August just happened to coincide with full-time home-schooling starting AND the beginning of a new project that has required pretty much … Continue reading

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To Baby or Not to Baby

But this time it dawned on me that I might be robbing myself of something I truly want, and I’m not entirely sure why. What if I keep talking myself out of having another child, and then I hit menopause and I live the rest of my life with regret? And what if this is the best time to do it? Continue reading

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Here We Are.

A couple of you reached out to me after my recent post about depression. You expressed gratitude that I shared my experience so openly, and said it helped you reach out for your own help. I can’t begin to express … Continue reading

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The Depression of the Lambs?

Depressives tend to bristle at the advice that we need to go out and get fresh air, or exercise, or meditate, or drink more water, or smile more, get out of bed, go to bed at a reasonable hour, or … Continue reading

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You’re an asshole, but I love you.

“You always folded and let me play video games, and now I can’t self-motivate to get a job AND THAT’S WHY I HAVE TO LIVE IN YOUR BASEMENT!” Continue reading

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Frankenstein Bunny (Monty came up with this title)

Watching a show where toxic heteronormativity is rewarded, and shooting zombies has been a balm these days. Continue reading

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Lies I Tell Myself

I don’t know where to begin, so I’ll just begin, and we’ll see where we get. I’ve been told recently by a few different people that they’ve always enjoyed my blog and that they admire my openness and honesty. It’s … Continue reading

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Safer at Home

Written and Directed by me. Starring me and Monty Eagan-Bloom Shot by Kurt Bloom Edited by Luther Creek

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