Friday, May 1, 2009

Odds & Ends

It's been a really busy week. We cast the upcoming reading of Street Lights and are gearing up for rehearsals, which start on May 11th. Here are a few odds & ends for a rainy Friday evening.

  • If you're looking for a show this weekend, check out the closing weekend of Prospect Theater Company's Golden Boy of the Blue Ridge, by Peter Mills. It's a new country/bluegrass musical that tells the story of The Playboy of the Western World. Prospect's productions are top-notch and this was no exception. We saw it earlier this month and really enjoyed it.

  • I'm on The Board of Directors of The Deconstructive Theatre Project, a company founded by my good friend & roommate Adam J. Thompson. Last year we co-directed a trendy benefit performance of the French-Canadian play Lilies for the company and we're planning another fundraiser this year.

    Adam is developing a new project about the "changing American scientific and cultural landscape during the development of the atomic bomb." Should be pretty cool. Check out their April Newsletter for all the latest and join them on Facebook.

  • From my friend Mark:
    Salon Ziba is proud to announce a very special event on Thursday, May 7th to support support the Polo Ralph Lauren Corporate Team for Team In Training. The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society's Team in Training program is the nation's largest and most successful endurance training program, preparing athletes of every level to run or walk a 26.2 mile marathon or 13.1 mile half-marathon; cycle a 100 mile century bike ride; or participate in a triathlon, while raising funds for blood cancer research. The night of the event will include exclusive hair and spa treatments will be available at a discounted rate and 100% of the proceeds will benefit the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society.
    See their flyer for details.
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