I am WAY TOO BUSY. You know how I know this? Because there is a WICKED AWESOME opportunity in New York City that I HAVE TO MISS because there’s a rehearsal for Shakespeare in the Park and as the director I’m supposed to be there or something. Ah well; so the story goes.
As for the rest of you — TAKE ADVANTAGE!
On Monday, April 23rd, at 6 p.m., MY FAVORITE PLAYWRIGHT IN THE WORLD – hints: nominated for a Pulitzer…nominated for a Tony…freaking amazing…first name “Sarah,” last name “Ruhl.” – yes, SARAH RUHL is interviewing Oscar and Tony award-winning actress Frances McDormand at the New York Public Library for the Performing Arts.
According to the a facebook invite from the League of Professional Theatre Women, “The ongoing Oral History Project chronicles and documents the contributions of SIGNIFICANT THEATRE WOMEN” – ie; dramachicks! – “in many fields.” The series is open to the public and made possible by the generous support of the Edith Meiser Foundation.
What’s even more amazing — ADMISSION IS FREE!
So on April 23rd – unless you’re in the middle of directing Romeo & Juliet or something equally important – make your way to NYC for this brilliant opportunity. And say hi to Sarah Ruhl for me. Again. SIGH.