Last weekend, I hosted a visit by fellow playwright, Jacqui Goldfinger. After mixing a pitcher of martinis and cooking up a batch of mushroom risotto, we brashly taunted one another, super-villain-style, while brandishing glasses of cold vodka.
While I’m loathe to promote such a talentless hack as Ms. Goldfinger, I feel the need to mention that her latest play, Skin and Bone, is currently enjoying a production at Bloomsburg Theatre Ensemble, which is about 120 miles north of Philly. Sadly, I will not be able to make it up there like I hoped, but I have friends and family nearby, and they should certainly check it out if they can. I saw it at Azuka Theatre last year, and I can attest that it is the best play about cannibalistic old ladies that I have ever seen. Fun for the whole family!
As you might be able to guess, Jacqui’s visit is linked to my current super-secret project, which is inching ever closer to completion. Just to whet your appetite, here are a few more photos of Tony and me, pretending to accomplish things.
As a final note, this is officially the fiftieth post on my blog. Thanks to everyone for checking out my ridiculous posts over the last year, and I hope you’ll stay with me for a long time to come.