Tuesday, July 22, 2008

Tuesday, July 22, 2008
Waning Moon
Pluto Retrograde
Neptune Retrograde
Jupiter Retrograde
Hot, humid, cloudy

There’s a fun interview with me on Michelle Pillow’s Pillow Talk Blog here:</a

Exhausted.

Yesterday was busy, trying to finish the changeover. The regular dresser was back in the track, and I was there to smooth the transition. The new cast members had their Broadway debuts last night, which was always fun. The understudy was on for the actor who was sick, so I got to see him in the role, and I thought he was terrific. This guy will take over the role in a few weeks; his interpretation is very different from the previous actors in the role, and he fills it with a passion and a vitality that then turns to pain and anger and despair – he’s going to be wonderful in the role on an ongoing basis. He’s such a passionate force of nature offstage and to see him translate that into the work is wonderful. If he’s this astonishing at nineteen, I can only imagine what he’ll be like by the time he’s thirty and fully grown into himself.

It was wonderful to see the show. I’d listened to it every night working it, but to see it from the front was an entirely different experience. It’s beautiful. I hadn’t realized the BEAUTY of the piece, the way the space is used to its full theatricality, and the detail work. It was a great experience. I can see why people connect so strongly to the show and the performers. I am truly proud to be associated with it.

Unfortunately, it meant no page proofs were done. I have to do them today.

But . . .I have to go in to the city this afternoon to take care of a few things, and then I’m supervising the show tonight, because the supervisor is out sick. I’m taking the page proofs with me.

What I really need is sleep, but that won’t happen until some time next week.

Devon

Devon’s Bookstore:


5 in 10: Create 5 Short Stories in Ten Weeks
by Devon Ellington. This ebooklet takes you from inspiration to writing to revision to marketing. By the end of ten weeks, you will have either 5 short stories or a good chunk of a novella complete. And it’s only 50 cents, USD.
Here.

Writing Rituals: Ideas to Support Creativity by Cerridwen Iris Shea. This ebooklet contains several rituals to help you start writing, get you through writer’s block, and help send your work on its way. It’s only 39 cents USD. (Note: Cerridwen Iris Shea is one of the six names under which I publish). Here.


Full Circle: An Ars Concordia Anthology
. Edited by Colin Galbraith. This is a collection of short stories, poems, and other pieces by a writers’ group of which I am a member. My story is “Pauvre Bob”, set at Arlington Race Track in Illinois. You can download it free here:

Published in: on July 22, 2008 at 8:36 am  Comments (5)  

5 Comments

  1. One word: AMBIEN

    Then again, I suspect you work instead of sleep. In that case, never mind! Hang in there!

  2. Cool interview 🙂

    Hope you manage to get some time for those proofs…

  3. The interview was interesting and I liked your answer to the paranormal creature! I hope you’re able to rest soon and also able to work on those page proofs. I also hope your day goes well!

  4. Thanks for stopping by my blog 🙂

  5. Devon, the show sounds wonderful! Understudies are always waiting for their moment, and I’m glad that he got his chance to shine. 🙂 I hope you get your proofs done soon!


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