[lightbox link=”http://cdn.thenuge.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/11/nymagcvr121105_710.jpeg”][/lightbox] Two Hurricanes two years in a row. Last year’s “Borricane” was just that. After the entire city braced itself for impending doom, Hurricane Irene did ended not in a bang, but a whimper.
After a few years of renovations, The Public Theater officially reopened its brand new lobby. Everything feels more open and inviting, although I do miss looking up and seeing various show names etched in the ceiling. At the event, Oskar Eustis announced a million dollar donation by Meryl Streep. Also, there were swag bags!
Got to spend a week up at Space on Ryder Farm located in upstate NY in the town of Brewster. Here are my thoughts on my farm experience, in no particular order: Bees really like Laura Savia. I mean, REALLY LIKE HER. Eating three square meals a day made of farm fresh foods is amazing
Today was a day of firsts. I took my first NYC water taxi as well as my first trip to Ikea. Ever. My friend and Coworker Alvin and I decided to play hooky from work today to do some shopping. Alvin wanted new lamps for the office. I was in search of new everything –
Week 3 started off with a pre-reading reading of Emma’s play A Knee That Can Bend in the lovely air conditioned lounge of the New England building. When I walked into the reading, I found out I was cast (much to my surprise) as the female chorus which meant I’d be playing a handful of