Lost Nation Theater's spring production of Gruff! was, of course, postponed. The summer premiere of The Comedy of Wizards (a fantasy musical adaptation of Shakespeare's The Comedy of Errors by myself and Toby Singer) was likewise postponed. My Brooklyn hospital residencies as a pediatric clown are VERY much postponed (I'm more of an existential worker than an essential worker.)
What am I doing? I'm writing - Toby and I continue work on The Comedy of Wizards, and Growl! needs reformatting.
I'm learning to make my own puppets - watch out world!
I'm learning more German.
I'm practicing juggling.
I'm practicing monitor puppetry.
I'm playing a lot of Munchkin (I highly recommend this board game if you have two or more fellow quarantiners) and hnefatafl (a great board game for two players, and a great compromise since Kate Kenny won't play chess with me and this game is slightly similar. Plus, you get to pretend you're a viking when you play it.)
It just occurred to me that this was also the last play that Kate Kenney and I got to act in together. Since this blog is mostly perused by important directors and influential casting agencies, and not just by my mother, I hope you will take note and rectify this situation post haste (but after the epidemic.)
Until next time...