Rocked the house last night.
There's still some work to be done (Bill), but all in all I think we have a show. The plan is to produce it here in New York around the holidays.
Scott Morfee has another plan, but Scott, of course, is a notorious madman and must be watched closely at all times.
Saw some people last night that I hadn't seen with mine own eyes for far too long, although they're always in my mind. Laura Zambrano showed up with Barnes and Noble swag a-plenty, intended for Nancy, I think, but we'll see.
And Dan Jagendorf, original designer of the Americana Absurdum pulley-clip light system, shows up and in the bar afterwards we came to the unsettling realization that we've known each other for 26 years.
That's long enough to have a kid and for the kid to have a kid, as Dykstra unhelpfully pointed out.
Dan pointed out that we always used contraception, so...
And the big news yesterday was that except for the Captain Overlord's Folly presentation August 20 and 21, we won't be bringing anything to the Edinburgh Festival Fringe this summer. Lots of reasons, but end of the day, it's the right decision. Gives us a summer here in America for a change.
Doors close, windows open.
And we keep jumping through those windows, seeing if this time we can fly.