The play is going well.
JSDC readers have been in attendance. Someone sent me flowers. Someone told me that I am taller in person. (I mean, really?) A cast member told me that he thought I was quite good and that he couldnít believe more people werenít calling me to work right now. A writer friend came and told another writer friend who couldnít come that she was impressed with my performance, and he said, much to my surprise, that he wasnít surprised. A supporting actor from a major sitcom introduced himself and continued to say that he enjoyed my acting.
Iím not used to hearing that.
Perhaps he told everyone that.
Perhaps it's not true.
I wouldnít mind, though.
Everyone has different tastes, and I, personally, believe in the entire cast. There are rad little things happening over in Nohoís art district. I am glad to be here.
Tonight marks closing night. We are sold out, but someone ridiculous in LA always flakes, so make a reservation with the Historic Lankershim Arts Center, come out and stay for the reception afterward.
You can kick it fun style and we can have a chat to follow.
What am I going to do when Iím not in a show?
It is rare that an actor actually gets to act, much less is happy with the production...
On to the next thing.
Let it come quick.
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