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!
This article caught my attention recently. It describes how this lady, who has Type 1 Diabetes, recently won an anti-disability lawsuit after she sued her former employer for firing her for being a diabetic. Basically, she was cleared to work as an EMT, got a medical recommendation that she was fit for work by the Fire … Continue reading Disability
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