It’s amazing how things so deeply resonate in the midst of our current country situation. Different, deeper perspectives. Like Brain Copeland’s NOT A GENUINE BLACK MAN, the longest running solo show in Bay Area history, feels important to right now be on The Marsh’s stage.
And Will Durst’s DURST CASE SCENARIO EXTENDS. So on point. So funny. Sometimes excruciatingly so.
Dan Hoyle, who is currently touring the Midwest, is getting ready for his timely reboot of THE REAL AMERICANS which starts at The Marsh SF next Friday. Featuring talkback guest: Markos Moulitsas, the Founder of Daily Kos.
Then there’s the intimate, deeply personal and at the same time so worldly, COLETTE UNCENSORED, starring premier actress Lorri Holt, that also opens next week (Marsh Berkeley).
Don Reed continues with his heartwarming KIPLING HOTEL.
Looking Back. Looking Forward.
During the ten days between Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur, I take time to remember the past year and look at my hopes and dreams for the upcoming year.
It makes me think about some feedback from the newsletter where I talked about a “Hannah Taylor Moment.” A moment to stop and think about a dream, a hope, an inspiration. Making it move forward, just by remembering it. Identifying. Bringing up the energy. The spirit. Doing.
I heard back from my dear friend Cheryl, who says she’s had her HT Moment and she started taking piano lessons. Don Reed says he’s inspired to write music. For me, I’m going to take some singing lessons.
And you , what o you want in this coming year? I hope you will write it down. If you feel like it, write me this dream, this wish for the year at firstname.lastname@example.org
To a good, sweet, healthy, creative year,