Thursday, February 15, 2007

Just Sayin' Hey After Valentine's Day

Last night, rather than engage in my usual Valentine's Day routine (which consists of me running around town in a diaper shooting people with arrows), I picked up hard copies of the Plays and Playwrights 2007 anthology, which I have to say look hot. I guess I can now officially impress the ladies at the bars by using the moniker of "Published New York Playwright" ('cause I sure as hell ain't telling them my name).

Again, anyone interested in purchasing a copy can do so by clicking on the icon on the right-hand side of this blog. In addition to The Adventures of Nervous-Boy, the anthology features some other excellent plays, including Boo Killebrew's They're Just Like Us, which was one of the ten best plays I had seen in 2006 (I flipped through Ms. Killebrew's play last night, which reads just as well as it plays). I'm planning to read Andy Chmelko's The Office Sonata next.

There are a number of plays I'm hoping to see this weekend. Whether I see all, some or none of them depend on me having enough time and there being seats available. Tonight I plan on seeing David Johnston's adaptation of The Oresteia at the Access Theater.

Anyway, for people of the romantic (or relationship-bound) persuasion, I hope you all had a good Valentine's Day yesterday.

Hearts in his eyes and chocolates in his pockets,

James "Unnerving Cupid" Comtois

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