February

Oh my God Ganesha, February is almost over. Two play openings in one month. Two production experiences compressed over 7 weeks. I still feel like I’ve been struck by a battering ram, it might take me the weekend to recover. And I’m too tired to type right now, but here’s what I need to record.

A Nice Indian Boy opened last night. Was overwhelmed by the genuinely lovely conversations I had with board members and audience members after the show during dinner. This play is out into the world. Let’s see what happens.

Press pieces:

dailytrojan.com/2014/02/25/new-play-addresses-modern-marriage/

www.lamag.com/laculture/culturefilesblog/2014/02/27/a-gay-hindu-wedding-east-west-players-brings-family-drama-onstage

www.stagescenela.com/2014/02/a-nice-indian-boy

In Love and Warcraft opened, and closed. What more is there to say about this play, except that it was one of the most gratifying experiences of my life.

I got to be on NPR (!!!!!!!!): http://wabe.org/post/love-and-warcraft-levels-alliance

And a BUNCH of my friends flew to Atlanta to see it.

My friend Nahal Navidar said, “This month, it’s almost like you’re getting married. Only, it’s better, because you actually did something.”

This month did feel like the best celebration. I got to see so many of the people I loved, at the same time and place, celebrating these stories together. I can’t ask for anything more.