So this is what the blogosphere looks like!!
I feel really trendy right now, seeing as how I don't have an ipod, a blackberry, Or for that matter a cellphone, cable tee-vee or a PSP. Heck, I don't even posess a set of POPEET, the collapsible tupperware in five fashion colors-- and in the picture, I don't even have HAIR.
But doggone it, I went and got me a BLOG. Color me hip.
...Now what in the name of Avalokiteshvara do I write?? I could spout off on politics; I could talk about re-runs of 'The Greatest American Hero', or I could geek out on Star Wars or Baseball or Buddhism orthe fact that yes, ma'am that IS me going bonkers in the VA Lottery Texas Hold-'em TV ad. (I get that a lot in the grocery store-- it is usually followed by a COLLOSAL loss of interest on the part of those inquiring.) I'll discuss all types of stuff-- all in good time. But Right now-- some good old fashion PUB. Gotta pay the bills, yo.
John Patrick Shanley's Where's My Money? at the Firehouse Theatre Project, Sept 8-Oct 1, 2005. Directed by Rusty Wilson. “(a) semi-surrealist comedy about revenge, retribution and the emotional and physical scars of modern relationships … Shanley’s gift for acid-laced one-liners and emotionally tumescent exchanges is certainly potent … Where’s My Money? suggests some intriguing ideas about the dangerous way men and women work out humiliations and frustrations from their past on their current partners.” Hmm. Veddy Eeen-Terestink. Call 804-355-2001 for details, or log onto www.firehousetheatre.org
I will be performing the title role in Scapino! at Barksdale Theatre Nov 25, 2005-Jan 22, 2006. (I did the same role in the same show fifteen years ago as a junior in High School; Like you care...) Catch this madcap update of Moliere's classic comedy, Les Fourberies de Scapin (Or 'The Tricks of Scapin' for those of you who were lookin' at Green Lantern comics during 9th grade french class, like I was) Come to the Barksdale for a laugh-out loud respite from holiday chaos. Call 282-2620 or log onto www.Barksdalerichmond.org for more.
I can also be seen this coming spring in Rounding Third By Richard Dresser. Directed by my good buddy Rick St. Peter, at Actor's Guild of Lexington, KY, April 20 - May 14, 2006. The soft sell: "Playwright Richard Dresser turns his sardonic with towards one of America's most treasured institutions: Little League baseball. Michael and Don are two mismatched Little League coaches thrown together to embark on their own season to remember. What happens when "It's not whether you win or lose but how you play the game" colides with "winning isn't everything, it's the only thing?" The hard sell: Call 859-233-0663 or log onto www.actorsguildoflexington.org NOW!! PICK UP THAT PHONE AND/OR MOUSE!!!!!LET'S SEE SOME HUSTLE!!!