Can you guess the period in my day today when I was performing "Type What Now"?
some photos from opening night: attempting to stay calm back stage (and taking selfies) to the dulcet tones of nicki minaj: (can you tell how nervous i am?) Anne does sun salutations backstage: my phone very helpfully reminds me that our show is opening in 10 minutes: Thank you so much … Continue reading We’re Open
And the team is very excited. And nervous. And terrified. But also excited. We open tomorrow!
Stephen has been generous enough to honor This Is Not A Theatre Company with his talent in not one, but two productions. He first sang his way into my life (gosh, shouldn't all sentences start like that?) playing a gregarious, enticing Andre Salmon in A Serious Banquet, turning what would otherwise have been an enigmatic, inaccessible … Continue reading Meet the Team: Stephen
Last night I had the worst low I've ever had. It's not a particularly good story, unfortunately - this low came on like a typical low. We finished Type What Now rehearsal, said good night to Anne, and then Stefan and I walked out to the drugstore. (My new vice is treating myself to a … Continue reading Worst Low (So Far)
The title of this post is the name of pamphlet that I received in the mail from my insurance company this morning. Oh dear. They appear to have figured out I have diabetes. It contained such gems as this one: Well... um. OK. That's **kinda** true, insurance company. I would actually argue that diabetes is … Continue reading Taking Charge Of Your Diabetes