Day 4 of rehearsal for ‘In Love And Warcraft’ at the Alliance Theatre, and each day just gets more and more exciting.
Tomorrow we will spend an entire rehearsal day learning how to play World of Warcraft.
Jet-lagged and awake at 4am in Los Angeles, but for once in my life it is the feeling of ridiculously, incredibly, unbelievably good news that is keeping me from falling back to sleep.
I awoke from a similar jet-lagged coma yesterday afternoon to find my phone ringing with an unknown number from Atlanta. “Atlanta,” I thought jokingly to myself. “Maybe it’s the Alliance Theatre telling me I’ve won the Kendeda and they want to produce my play.”
I WON THE KENDEDA, AND THEY’RE GOING TO PRODUCE MY PLAY.
I’m going to be in Atlanta January and February 2014, for the production of ‘IN LOVE AND WARCRAFT’. I’m going to have readings at the Kennedy Center in DC and at the Lark Play Development Center in NYC.
It really, really hasn’t sunk in yet. I can’t believe it. This is…
Okay. Yeah. More later when I’ve processed this.