Last night after the show, we went to Canter's (the famous Jewish deli) with Aunt Linda, Scott, Kurt, and Curtis and Diane Oberhansly. Curtis and Diane live in Boulder, and Curtis had seen the reading I did last fall. They were so gracious about the show, and so genuinely enthusiastic, it made me feel really good. They were a great support as was my Aunt Linda. So, the show moves along. Our little russian neighbor hood continues to hum along, Trader Joe's remains busy at all times, and March approaches. Spring is just around the corner.
I think i mentioned that we want to take the show to Austin, TX in April. My friends Lucy and Donnie Payjack are working on 'the Austin connection' for us. She's been great about finding us possibilities in that town, where if you 'throw a rock', you will hit a musician or an artist. The only sure booking I have, however, is in Boulder, UT on Father's Day. I will be there for sure!
Alright, it has to be short today, as there is much to do before the 'show hour', have a great day, and please, where ever you are, 'go see a play!' The theatre needs your support!