Took me long enough. Finally made my way to see Jersey Boys on Broadway. One reason is that I am a Bargain Broadway Buyer. I use a couple of discount ticket sites to avoid paying full ticket prices. It means I miss a few sold out shows but I am able to see many more … Continue reading Jersey Boys
Month: November 2016
Alton Brown Live: Eat Your Science on Broadway
I've fallen behind in reviewing shows I seen recently and will catch up as quickly as I can. But jumping ahead is a limited run show I saw yesterday at the Ethel Barrymore Theater in New York City - Alton Brown Live; Eat Your Science. His limited run takes him only through this weekend in … Continue reading Alton Brown Live: Eat Your Science on Broadway
New Bedford, MA (+the future of Freedom Training)
As previously noted my ten minute play "Freedom Training" was included in the 14th Annual Short Play Marathon for November 12 in New Bedford, Massachusetts. As I planned to attend I wanted to stay overnight because the event did not finish until 10:30 in the evening and it is a long drive back to NYC. I … Continue reading New Bedford, MA (+the future of Freedom Training)
“Freedom Training” in Culture*Park Marathon
Culture*Park presented a marathon reading of short plays on Saturday, November 12 at the New Bedford Whaling Museum in Massachusetts. One of the 26 selected plays was my very own "Freedom Training" which has received a workshop, a couple of readings but no productions as of yet. The event was broken up into four segments … Continue reading “Freedom Training” in Culture*Park Marathon
Just One Political Note
OK, just this once. This blog was set up to chat about the plays I write and that are produced, the theater I see from time to time, the food I eat out and the food I love to cook. It was not intended to be political in any way, but the last election was … Continue reading Just One Political Note
Spring Lake, New Jersey
While attending performances of my play "Your Turn to Watch Dad" by the South Street Players we stayed in the lovely little Jersey Shore town of Spring Lake. Just one night at the Hewitt Wellington Hotel. Very nice place on the shores of a nice little lake and just blocks from the beach. The surrounding … Continue reading Spring Lake, New Jersey
The 6th Annual Tri-State Theatre Festival
Last weekend I attended the South Street Players' 6th Annual Tri-State Theatre Festival in Spring Lake, New Jersey. My short play "Your Turn to Watch Dad" was one of nine plays presented. The Director was Dave McGrath and featured Jon Weinstein, Mary Sullivan and Kristin Mueller. They all worked hard to put on the play … Continue reading The 6th Annual Tri-State Theatre Festival
Kristen Chenoweth is Amazing!
What a terrific show, amazing voice and wonderful personality. No this has nothing to do with the coming election. This is praise for an evening well spent with Kristin Chenoweth in her show My Love Letter to Broadway. I can't remember the last time I had such a great time in the theater for a … Continue reading Kristen Chenoweth is Amazing!
Semi-Finalist in Rover Dramawerks Festival
I got word this morning that my short play "Meeting Without End" has been selected as a semi-finalist for the 2017 10-Minute Play Festival for Rover Dramawerks in Plano, Texas. It made the first cut of 37 plays from 308 submissions they received. I don't know the next steps but eventually they will probably cut … Continue reading Semi-Finalist in Rover Dramawerks Festival
Thin Mints Cereal
I am truly frightened. I have not eaten a bowl of cereal for decades. Once I figured out how to cook some bacon and a nice scrambled egg I left that reassuring milk filled bowl behind. I really haven't missed it. I have even eliminated most of my milk consumption (after building strong bones and … Continue reading Thin Mints Cereal
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