| ||Another Week Recapped|
It's been a hectic week and I've been MIA here on the blog so here's a recap of the past few days or so.
Tuesday I went to the Playwrights Foundation for RPI workshop and I was one of the playwrights presenting work. I ended up bringing in the final scenes from Wolf At The Door. It as really rough, my writing, very new and needs lots of work, but I wanted my peers to hear the end of the play just to get a sense of what it's really about since the last scenes have a pretty big reveal. And when I asked if they had suspected the reveal, they replied that they had suspected A, but not B. Perfect. I actually wanted A to come across, but B to end up being the reveal that stays hidden until the end of the play. Now I just need to keep working on the play to: 1) finish the first draft and 2) do some major rewrites to smooth it all out, create better pacing, etc.
Thursday I had a failed Skype conference call with 2 other playwrights. We're trying to re-schedule for this upcoming Tuesday. More on the why much, much later.
Friday I went to a dinner party for a friend visiting from Texas. It was one of those dinners that goes for several hours and several courses.
Saturday, last night, was the Playwrights Pub Night at Yancy's in the Inner Sunset. When I arrived the bar was completely packed with people watching the the Lakers vs. the Suns in their final playoff game. Thankfully after the game he bar cleared out and we scored a super big table for the other playwrights who eventually arrived. We had a great showing: Tim Bauer (of course), Ken Slattery, Maria Rokas, Marissa Skudlarek, Meghan Cohen, Adam Chanzit, Chris Chen, and our non playwright friends Sonia, Jeff and M.
After a few hours, lots of great conversation and a few rounds we all headed out. Though I was part of a group that made a pit stop for ice cream to combat the May heat that had finally decided to grace San Francisco (this past month has been cold and wet--very unusual for May).
Tonight, I'm trying to see if I can make it to Playground's Best Of performance. Cross your fingers.
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