Nick Rubin is a high school student. His father, a longtime friend and senior lawyer at Microsoft, pointed me to a plugin Nick was building to scan the page you’re reading in a browser, and highlight the names of Members of Congress. When you hover over the name, you see from whom the Member…
In this 30 second piece from Act 2 Scene 5 of Twelfth Night, Maria begins to work out the details of her revenge plot against Malvolio’s ego. She will be aided by Sir Toby Belch, Sir Andrew Aguecheek, Fabian, and Feste, Countess Olivia’s Fool.
I’m thinking, that I am looking (and sounding) pretty damn good for someone with cancer.
I’m recording a Narration for a Documentary on Stoyan Christowe, Macedonian immigrant who came to America at age 13 penniless who went on to become a successful author and State Senator. The biggest issue I’m having is not the place names, but simple English. Yikes.
I may have discussed software and gear in another entry, but I’ll repeat myself anyway. I am using AUDACITY(free software) to…
Mississippi is a red state moocher, getting two bucks back for every one buck they give.
They also just passed a harsh, “let’s hate gays” bill.
So 1) - #NoMoreFilming in that dirtbag of a state. I’m sure there are other places in America we can find backwood swamps.
But 2) Every piece of mail we send them - from their welfare checks to their unemployment checks to their social security checks to their food stamps… EVERY ONE OF THEM…
…should have a Harvey Milk stamp.
Just think of the money we’d save when they were so scared of the stamp they threw the check out.Mississippi is the #2 moocher in the united states, getting $2.02 for every dollar they pitch in to the federal government.
Their governor just signed a sweeping gay-hating bill. Clearly, there needs to be education.
So what if THIS stamp was on every piece of government assistance that went to Mississippi?
You want your money? Well, here’s a gay icon. Too much of a homophobe to even look at his face? Write “Return to Sender.”
This past Sunday, I performed a 30 second monologue for the MMS. When I arrived at the venue, Pioneers Bar on w. 29th Street, it was like I was walking back into Life. I was seeing colleagues I hadn’t seen in months, basking in the oohs and ahhhs for my new look, and meeting new people. Too call the Slam a “competition” is wrong. It’s a party, celebrating actors, coaches, and Casting Directors. I…