“Most shows like to commit to certain writing styles or forms of delivery, but I try to steer away from putting any limitations on the performers. For example I knew from the beginning that it was very important to include both fiction and non-fiction stories. Whether a sin invokes a childhood memory that gets told, inspires a heavy poetry piece or rant, or includes the creation of two characters playing out a scene in a work of fiction, seeing what each sin means to a performer and how they choose to express it to an audience is my favorite part of being a producer.”