I was reading People Magazine the other day (and YOU'RE WELCOME for singlehandedly keeping print media in business) and I came across a quick review of that show Colony on USA Network. It's by Carlton Cuse, the guy who did Lost, and it stars a guy from Lost. You know, the show you've seen a billion subway ads … Continue reading Another Fictional Dystopia I Would Die In
Remember when I complained about the stupid pamphlet my insurance company sent me about diabetes? They sent it again! That's because I've switched insurances, and I guess my new plan has, also, discovered that I have diabetes. I wonder what tipped them off? (I'm gonna guess the insulin prescriptions. Or like, the diagnostic code. Which, in … Continue reading Taking Charge of Your Diabetes – Again
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)
oh little elephant bracelet, I love you so much, but you get into so much mischief. Like this morning when, unbeknownst to me, your trunk hooked on to my insulin tube while I was sleeping. When I moved my arm, it resulted in my entire cannula being ripped out of my stomach. Not the best … Continue reading Ode to my little elephant bracelet
The best thing about making theater in New York is meeting people who make theater in New York. In the few short years I've been making work here, I've been privileged enough to collaborate with dozens of incredibly talented individuals, not a dud among them! This one is no exception. Anne danced her way into … Continue reading Meet the Team: Anne