Tuesday, March 20, 2007

Tuesdays are for real posts.


Your primary focus is often on relationships, and now they are emphasized even more. Your creative instincts are also strong these days and whether they manifest in your interactions or within your own individual process, it's crucial to keep an eye on the future rather than living completely in the present.


Thanks Darladiva for reminding me that online astrologers know me better than I know myself. "Creative instincts...strong?" How did you know Online Astrologer? It is so easy to live day by day (oh dear lord these things I pray) and forget about what's ahead. Work, rehearsal, sleep, work, rehearsal, sleep, etc. I have to put dream in there. I'm dreaming that the agent I submitted to will actually open the envelope and remember me and send me an email saying, "LET'S MEET AND GET STARTED ON YOUR CAREER!" Sadly, I don't think her assistant's assistant showed her my materials. But that's okay. Thanks to Darladiva, there is a seminar that this agent does and I'm going to take. Also, once C9 is up and running, we open on April 12th, I'm going to get my voiceover demo done and doner. Then it's off to the races on the many many projects on the backburner right now. Parodivas have GOT to get back on stage by June. The first draft of Ono has to get completed and read. And I have to get my co-artistic director hat all spruced up so we can move forward with PUSH. And then there's the 10 other ideas I have running about in my brain. A show about Danny Kaye, a show about Noel Coward, a show for Noodle, Madame Renea Knight's cabaret (nudge nudge), etc etc. Anyhoo, that's where I am on performancey writer stuff.

Having two pretend boyfriends is good, don't get me wrong, butt. I'm going to end that there. I'm TOO busy to date, butt it would be nice if. Sigh.

I am 92% sure I am going to renew my lease and stay at my apartment another year. The Spring episodes of The Office are going much better, and I think I'll ask the writers to keep my character on the show through next season. Of course as we all know, this sitcom is tricky and unpredictable. WHO KNOWS???

C9 is going very well. My favorite scene thus far is the lesbian scene where my son's governess kisses my teeth. Mm hmm. You know you want it. And yes, I may have a show crush on my husband. Dean, if by chance you are reading this I am just kidding. I'm not kidding. Look a meteor ----------> (runs away screaming like a woman)

doodle.

7 comments:

GMEyster said...

Oh, Doodle. You have your eye on the storm and you are headed right into it....and that means you come out on the other side stronger, more fierce, and with a very nice pair of pumps. Love the Godspell "oh dear lord, these things I pray" - it's little things like that which comfort me when I am low.

You are off to see the Wizard!

Darla said...

:)

A chuisle said...

great things are happening!!! just save the danny kaye show for when i can come and direct you in it...or at least watch you...or be your sidekick in it.....

you may not have to wait that long...

Carly said...

Did you ever know that you're my hero? Well, you might have known since I stalk your blog.

Melissa said...

lol

Darla said...

holy crap. i re-read this and re-realized how re-busy we are.

JasonBSchmidt said...

Very very busy.

Umm, I sucked so bad at rehearsal last night. If I wasn't rehearsing every night for the rest of my life, I would seriously set up some time with my acting coach to teach me how, because I'm doubting that I have ANY SKILLS AT ALL. scared.