Thursday, June 16, 2005


Infantry Monologues Being Blogged

The Meat & Potatoes Theatre production, "Infantry Monologues," is being blogged over at
Thanks to Lisa B., a producer there, for bringing this to my attention. I know neither the theater nor the show. Click on "About Monologues" on the top right of the site to read the playwright's description of the work, which he wrote while serving in the infantry from 2000-2004 (pre 9-11, during, and after). It sounds very intriguing.
So far, they have cast the show. The drama begins now.
I love the idea of peeking behind the scenes, although this might be difficult and sensitive. (Imagine someone standing behind you and commenting on your work.) I do hope that different members of the cast and crew contribute to the blog. Presumably, regardless of the number of people in the cast, it takes an army to make a show like this.

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