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Nailed It

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I went to an audition in Barnstable tonight for a play being produced at the Cape Rep theatre. The play’s an original (Winter Wheat written by Art Devine), and it’s being rewritten – I got to read a monologue off the original draft, and I think that’s what cinched it. The production dates are May […]

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Mikey’s Big Weekend Adventure

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Friday Left the Cape at hellacious speeds in order to try and make it in time for the 8:00p.m. opening of “Death of a Salesman” at WPI – a terrific cast and production headed up by my good bud Jake Given as Willy Loman. The set was virtual, projected onto a scrim with a “cityscape” […]

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It is decided

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I will be playing the part of Costard in Love’s Labours Lost on March 21st-ish. The show is tentatively planned to be at Higgins House, but the venue may change. We’re still looking for a few good men to round out the cast some. Whee!

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New DELL computer!

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Happy shiny new DELL PC arrived yesterday. It came with Windows XP Professional… after 10 minutes of futzing, I managed to make it look like it should instead of looking like “OS for motards”. And once again, I realized that Microsoft hasn’t changed a damn thing with any of their operating systems except the cosmetics. […]

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Where to begin…

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I’ve had a most amazing and stressful week. We finally made it to opening night for Return to the Forbidden Planet, and we actually managed to pull it off somehow. Seven weeks is not enough time to put a musical together, especially when the band has to learn twenty-five songs in two weeks! Tuesday night […]

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