We’re back. Again.

Here we are, my friends. Back in the saddle, so to speak.

Amazing what a worldwide pandemic can do.

Needless to say, it’s been a little weird.

As I’m now suffering from a case of strep throat, I’m too tired to go too far today. But suffice to say: time to chronicle a new project.

And a bloody good one.

More to come…

Theatre Review: Twelfth Night by Independent Shakespeare Company

Long-time readers know how much I love the Independent Shakespeare Company. They have a vibe that throws caution (and convention) to the wind. They bring an energy and interaction with the audience that is simply infectious. So the bar is pretty freakin’ high whenever I see one of their shows. And last night, I went to see this summer’s free production of Twelfth Night in Los Angeles’ Griffith Park.

High bar. High expectations.

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Pericles… and what’s next?

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More news tomorrow…

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So, Pericles won over Cymbeline. What’s next? Well, there’s news to come tomorrow…

What’s Next…

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What’s next? Poll in the story…

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Sooooooo… head on over to my Instagram to have a say in what comes next in our table-read series!

A week off…

Because of the change of venue for Henry IV, Parts 1 & 2, we have this weekend off (the new venue has events this weekend).

I may have mentioned in the past that the Friday of the second week of a run is always a bit sketchy… it’s the first time the cast has performed the play without multiple consecutive days of rehearsal/run preceding it. It can be a little bumpy.

What’s it going to be like NEXT Friday when the rebellion resumes? Well, get your tickets now… you’re not going to want to miss this…

Another opening, another show

Last weekend, we opened Henry IV, Parts 1 & 2.

Despite some off-stage drama (the loss of an actor at the last minute), the production turned out well (as can be seen in the Broadway World review).

Now comes the tough part: a two-week break until we perform again… two weeks to remember those lines, and–more importantly (physically)–that fight choreography.