I've watched enough cheesy Youtube videos put up by people with chronic illnesses to be suspicious of demonstrations of gratitude towards one's disease. Maybe I'm just an old grump/fart, but your saccharine list of the 10 Things You Love About Your Disease has always struck me as a bit strained. It's tempting to want to … Continue reading Thank you, diabetes
A series of reflections on what was one of the hardest (and most rewarding) weeks of my life, presented in random order (with photos by June Xie): This was really hard. Also, fun. Also, profoundly satisfying in the way only something this hard (and scary, and fun, and scary, and hard) could be Turns out, … Continue reading Reflections on the Type What Now run
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
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
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Sebastian and I have been friends since freshman year of college. At the time, I figured I was just getting an incredible, funny, kind, thoughtful, supportive, and loyal friend out of the deal. Had I known I was also getting an incredible, supportive, genius, talented visual artist and collaborator, too - well, I may have cracked under … Continue reading Meet the Team: Sebastian