Hello Friends! You should come see my latest show. I am co-producing it with the wonderful Josef Steiff, as well as performing a “new” piece, Is Jimmy Stackpool Singing Too? I say “new” because it’s something I’ve been working on for a while now, on and off. Like writers do. I hope you like it. Here’s all the official info:
Solo Homo 7: NewTown Writers (newtownwriters.org), Chicago’s oldest GLBT writer’s group, presents the 7th installment of its hit solo performance series, Solo Homo. Mon-Wed June 22-24, 2009 at 7:30. Join us in Strawdog Theatre Company’s Hugen Hall at 3829 N. Broadway, Chicago. Tickets may be purchased at the door or online at strawdogtheatre.com. Please, no phone calls to the Strawdog box office. $12 or 2 for $20 on Tues-Wed; $6 or 2 for $10 for Monday’s “Preview.”
And there will be a cash bar too! Can’t beat that, yo. 🙂
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Here’s a shot of me reading at this past weekend’s Printer’s Row Lit Fest. NewTown Writers had a slot in the Arts & Poetry tent. I read a pieced called Out of the Collective Blur. The events in the story took place in the spring of 2000. I’ve revisited the story a handful of times over the years. Still looking for a home for the story. Interestingly, it’s about the homeless in general, and more specifically about a homeless woman I would often see in the Grand Avenue Red Line station. It will find a place. Even if I post it here on this site. 🙂
And here’s another photo. Cos the Chicago Tribune banner makes me look more important, right? 😛 My photomate is Jill, NTW’s current president. She’s cool.
Alright, off to do more show stuff….