A Song of Fire and Ice, Alice in Wonderland, Alyssa Rosenberg, American Psycho, Bennet Fisher, blue humour, Calum Worthy, Charles Lewis III, comped tickets, complimentary tickets, Craig Stickland, Don't Be Evil, Dr. Horrible's Sing-a-Long Blog, Duncan Sheik, ex-pats, Game of Thrones, George RR Martin, go90, Goldstar, Hamilton, In For a Penny, independent theatre, indie theatre, Joss Whedon, Kyle Jarrow, Lewis Carroll, Live-streaming, livestreaming, Meerkat app, Melissa O’Neil, midyear, mobile app, musical, musical theatre, New Form Digital, offensive material, Periscope app, PianoFight Productions, Playbill, political correctness, Pulse, San Francisco Olympians Festival, San Francisco Theater Pub, self-censorship, SF Olympians, SF Theater Pub, shock value, ShortLived, Spring Awakening, The Aristocrats, Tourettes Without Regrets, Tweet Seats, Verizon, Washington Post, web series, webcast
In which I use the mid-year month to ponder getting comped for shows, self-censorship, and bringing shows to those who can’t be in the audience.
Charles Lewis III, keeping it together and taking stock.
“Why, sometimes I’ve believed as many as six impossible things before breakfast.”
– Lewis Carroll, Alice in Wonderland
So far this isn’t necessarily my favorite year, but it’s been busy nonetheless. Between a full-length show in which my character had the most dialogue, a stint in ShortLived, acting in two Theater Pub shows, and lots of on-camera work I can’t even remember, I should be relaxing. Instead I’m thinking about this evening’s rehearsal for a show that opens in just over a week. Besides, my way of decompressing at the start of summer is to just let my mind run in a million different directions at once. Like so:
Over the weekend I took advantage of having some time off to see a great show before it closed. It was a last-minute decision and thankfully there were a few…
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