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I love your notebook posts. They are an inspiration -- I've let my own go dormant.

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I, too, enjoy your notebook posts. I really wish I'd kept a journal throughout the years. I don't remember what I did last week, but you have a way of looking back and remembering what you did and thought 10, 20 years ago. I love that.


"but never, ever forgot that running a summer stock company in upstate New York for an
audience base that thinks Grease is experimental, is surrender."

Very funny just because it is so true.

"She reminded me why I can't stand and love actresses. Their vanity is infuriating but it's also endearing."

Hmmmm, narcissism, vanity, exhibitionism... is there a theme here???

harry near indy

when i read your comments about the artistic director, i was reminded of something garrison keiller said during one of his lake wobegon monologues.

he mentioned a high school teacher who had just graduated from college and who wanted to direct serious theater. she gave up when the head cheerleader was cast as blanche dubois in a streetcar named desire.

after that fiasco, it was back to putting on arsenic and old lace and the man who came to dinner.

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