effulgence, flink, whelming

Mother Antonia: Phone call with Anya to hear her thoughts & questions. A foray into the CSJ’s digital archive to try to get a better handle on the limits on where and when the Sisters could leave the house; the Sister at the reading last night pointed out that the community tended to be...

to-do list

The Last Game: Talked with Heather H. about her observations of/suggestions for the script. Among other thoughts, she raises the idea of a second act set some decades into the future. This doesn’t click for me; though it’s difficult to pick apart how much it fails to click on its own merits, and how...

reading M. Antonia

Mother Antonia: Script reading for the St. Kate’s alumnae relations department. A tough crowd – hard to read – but they said afterward that they were absorbed by the piece, and they had cogent things to say about it. It’s both intimidating and satisfying to present material to subject matter experts. One of the...

not nothin’

The Last Game: Trying to sketch out Dori’s side of the story – her Hamlet to 23 & 24’s Rosencrantz & Guildenstern. Reading up a little on deregulation in the early 80s. Everything Looks Like A Face: Email exchange with Elizabeth. Mother Antonia: Reading scheduled for Friday....

flash forwards

Everything Looks Like A Face: Rough Cuts presentation of the scenes in mosaic order. Last night, for the presentation in chronological order, I felt the audience was almost wholly with us throughout; this time, less so. But judging from the comments, a number of people “got it” – we don’t always experience life in...

I think she’s gonna fly, Orville

Everything Looks Like A Face: Rough Cuts presentation of the scenes in chronological order. Audience particularly rapt for “Linny Won’t Talk To Me” and “I Wanted A Medal.” The big question: will the audience hang in there with us for the presentation in mosaic order tomorrow?...

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