Tag: community theater

  • Reading tonight at the Colonial Playhouse!

    It occurs to me this morning, that I have failed to blog about my impending reading tonight.  Which is a little silly.  Sure, I’ve had a lot going on and plenty to take up the pages of my blog, and yes, I certainly sent out plenty of emails (blanket and otherwise) to alert my gentle…

  • Hanging out with Ziggy Stardust

    I spent Saturday night at the Old Academy Players, watching a series of ten-minute plays.  I don’t see very much community theater, and I’m not sure if that makes me a snob, but it might.  I try not to indulge in too much self-reflection.  To quote David Lee Roth, “A lot of people look in…

  • Quickies on Father’s Day!

    As I more-or-less said I was going to do, I celebrated Father’s Day by going to the local community theater and watching amateur actors talk about dicks.  You wouldn’t necessarily expect that from a community theater, but after watching a piece last year about a sperm donor bank which included plastic jars of suspiciously-viscous substances…

  • Community theater boogie shuffle

    Last Friday night, I visited the local community theater, which isn’t something I do a lot of, and not merely because I’m a snooty theatergoer (no sense in denying that).  I only have time and money to see a finite amount of theater—typically about 20-25 shows a season—so it doesn’t make sense to waste that time…