This was a great week. Two of my short stories, both about gay bars, were published one right after the other. The first is called “The Vest” and appears in The Rain, Party, and Disaster Society. The second one is called “Vote” and was inspired by a gay bar I went to years ago where the staff was dressed as Nazi skinheads and wore fake Hitler mustaches (I quickly left). The story appears in Mad Swirl.
I did over one hundred performances of Peter Pan. The play is a recipe for backstage drama. Queen Mob’s Teahouse published another installment of “30 Years a Dresser”.
Just confirmed another FLIT event at Auntie’s Books in Spokane, WA. I’ll be there mashing up new poems and reading from the book. I’ve never been to Spokane and I’m very excited.
I have done many of Shakespeare’s plays. The most unusual was a production of Love’s Labour’s Lost that was set in 1960’s Kennedy era. Another essay in “30 Years a Dresser” at Queen Mob’s Teahouse.
Queen Mob’s Teahouse published my latest essay in the “30 Years a Dresser” series. Check it out!
Years ago, I did a wonderful production of The Little Foxes. Another installment of “30 Years a Dresser” at Queen Mob’s Teahouse.
Queen Mob’s Teahouse just published a new essay of mine. When I was 15, I played Ito, the Asian houseboy, in the musical MAME. Years later, I dressed the actor who played Ito on Broadway with Angela Lansbury.
The next installment of my Thirty Years A Dresser column is posted at Queen Mob’s Teahouse. This one is titled, “Earnest With Debra Messing”