"Hysterical, campy fun!"
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"Full of suspense, romance, drama and lots of laughs!"

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This extraordinary one-act drama deftly explores the evolution of the centuries-old vampire myth.

Sunday, August 14, 2005


Goodness. Ran into almost everyone except Ali yesterday. Saw Sadie at the Feast of the Assumption on Little Italy last night, first time I have seen her in several months. I was there with Toni, Zelda was in the stroller and Orson was strapped to my chest in a baby carrier. She threw a big glowing smile my way, and as I moved to give her a hug she said, "I'm not interested in you," and zoomed in on the baby. I forget he's not even three months old, the last Sadie saw Toni was probably opening night at Big Box when Toni was only massively pregnant - and still over three months from giving birth.

I will see Sadie again tomorrow for taping for the radio version of I Hate This.

Later, I met up with Matt and Margi after opening night of You Can't Take It With You. They looked well-rested. Shame about Matt's hair, it had a perfect length in February, he'll just have to act that sexy.

Have an experience down south, you two. I noticed "George" logged on as a contributor - I am a big fan of Mexico's rituals regarding the Dead, please let me know of any discoveries you make on your journey.

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