1000 Playwright Interviews The first interview I posted was on June 3, 2009. It was Jimmy Comtois. I decided I would start interview...
This is a really exciting performance. I'm typically a modest fellow, but the hours of artistry that we put into this piece and the results of our work are phenomonal. I'm sorry you can't be there, but we'll be thinking of you the entire time tomorrow night! Thank you, Adam. Thank you.
Hi Steve, Thanks for the note! Glad it's going well and hope it continues to go well.
Totally sucks that its not playing closer to where I live. I read the play Adam and it was WONDERFUL! Funny, talented and freakin' adorable, you are!Best,Christina
Thanks. It's playing in north dakota next month. That any better?
Tell me when your shows get to RI or MA (or even CT).
sure. is this Christina W (formerly s?)
WOW!!! **Jealous** That is beautiful!
Yes...W formly S...though I also respond to Christinya
Christin-ya! glad you liked the play. I'll let you know if i have any NE shows anytime soon.Mandi, it's cool, right? I like how they went a little abstract with the set. Your set was good too, though, if not spacious. See you in a week or so, I hope.
Adam,It looks awesome and I am sure with the care they put into staging it, the production is wonderful (it's a great script also).Cheers,Michael
Thanks, Michael! It does seem like they did a good job.
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