Saturday, December 20, 2008

Tuesday, November 25, 2008

Word Verification

So JoMo made me join twitter. I don't know why. Well, upon signing up my word verification was...interesting.

hymen improvement


Thursday, November 20, 2008

The Olden Days

This reminds me of my life when I first moved to New York over 8 years ago...
This is clearly what we all looked like when we went to the Tunnel.

Sunday, November 16, 2008

Thursday, November 13, 2008


[title of show] Cast to Join NYC Gay Men's Chorus for December Holiday Concert

Celebrate Me Home is the title of the New York City Gay Men's Chorus' upcoming holiday concert, which will be presented Dec. 9 at Carnegie Hall.

The 8 PM performance, which launches the 29th season of the Chorus, will boast a special guest appearance by the cast of the recent Broadway musical [title of show], including Jeff Bowen, Hunter Bell, Susan Blackwell and Heidi Blickenstaff.

The evening will include carols from the Basque country, South Africa, Cuba and the Dominican Republic as well as such traditional favorites as "Sleigh Ride," "Silent Night" and "Joy to the World."

Charles Beale is artistic director of the Chorus; David Edelman is executive director.
In a statement artistic director Beale said, "At Carnegie Hall this December, you are going to see NYCGMC as you have never seen and heard it before. There will be beautiful new carols from around the world and traditional favorites. With the incredible cast of [title of show], a red-nosed reindeer, some Supremes, the Andrews Misters and over 200 gay men of all shapes and sizes, you are promised the warmest of welcomes!"

Tickets, priced $39-$88, are available by calling (212) 247-7800 or by visiting Carnegiecharge.

Tuesday, November 04, 2008

Sunday, October 19, 2008

Friday, October 10, 2008

Halloween Show

Here Knight is this better?
Or this? I look EXACTLY like this these days...riiight.

Sunday, October 05, 2008

OMG so much better than VHS

So I don't have cable. I don't have dvr. I DO have one "blank" vhs tape on which to record Heroes when I'm at chorus rehearsal. BUT thanks to Willbo's man Scotto, I now knowo about hulu. Here's the debate clip from SNL yesterday as posted on hulu. Check it out. But beware: old episodes of Dougie Howser, M.D. could keep you up all night...

Thursday, October 02, 2008

Friday, September 26, 2008

29 and Holdin'

I just received the best card EVER. I finally emerged from the bat cave around 3 to head over to the post office to pick up a mysterious package (check from Daddy??). It turns out it was from auntie sash! As I made my way home (after a brief stop at the bodega for a 40, potato chips and spinach dip, yes I am pregnant), I couldn't resist the urge to open the package. As I attempted to free the darling little package from alcatraz-like tape-enings, I thought, is she channeling her mother, my grandmother? We used to receive gifts from Gramma Schmidt and if she hadn't given us swiss army knives that one year, we NEVER would have gotten INTO the packages.

Anyhoo, I DID finally get INTO the auntie sash package and found the most AMAZING card (pictured here). Crumpled dollar bills, a stick of gum, some change, three paperclips (the purple is my favorite of course), a 60 cent off coupon for hot sauce and, of course, a spork were the contents. I BURST INTO LAUGHTER as I read the sticky note attached that read: A "channeling Gramma Schmidt" birthday moment. OMG. As I began to straighten out the money I thought, yes, Gramma Schmidt would put a lot of thought into meticulously emptying her purse into a birthday card, sure. But, Auntie SASH? Would she really send me $48? And then I counted the change. 1 dollar coin, three quarters, a dime, two nickels and five pennies round it out to a lovely and hilarious $50. LOVE IT.

Also, in the care package are lovely lotions, a single serve of easymac (a drunk man's best friend), a pin that reads, "Bitch covered bitch with a creamy bitch filling," a magnate that reads, "What happens over the rainbow stays over the rainbow," a box of purple chocolate candies (yes purple chocolate candies), a bumper sticker, "Sorry Girls, I'm Gay" (which I will be promptly delivering to the stage door of Spamalot), an air freshener that depicts a fellow drinking a cocktail that states, "Being an asshole is ALL Part of My Manly Essence," and (other than the Gramma Schmidt card) the piece de resistance:

My favorite magnets included are:
4. But Enough About Me...What do YOU think of ME?
and finally
5. Treat Me No Differently Than You Would The QUEEN.

Thursday, September 18, 2008

From Eve Ensler re: Sarah Palin

Eve Ensler, the American playwright, performer, feminist and activist best known for 'The Vagina Monologues', wrote the following about Sarah Palin

Drill, Drill, Drill

I am having Sarah Palin nightmares. I dreamt last night that she was a member of a club where they rode snowmobiles and wore the claws of drowned and starved polar bears around their necks. I have a particular thing for Polar Bears. Maybe it's their snowy whiteness or their bigness or the fact that they live in the arctic or that I have never seen one in person or touched one. Maybe it is the fact that they live so comfortably on ice. Whatever it is, I need the polar bears.

I don't like raging at women. I am a Feminist and have spent my life trying to build community, help empower women and stop violence against them. It is hard to write about Sarah Palin. This is why the Sarah Palin choice was all the more insidious and cynical. The people who made this choice count on the goodness and solidarity of Feminists.

But everything Sarah Palin believes in and practices is antithetical to Feminism which for me is part of one story -- connected to saving the earth, ending racism, empowering women, giving young girls options, opening our minds, deepening tolerance, and ending violence and war.

I believe that the McCain/Palin ticket is one of the mo st dangerous choices of my lifetime, and should this country chose those candidates the fall-out may be so great, the destruction so vast in so many areas that America may never recover. But what is equally disturbing is the impact that duo would have on the rest of the world. Unfortunately, this is not a joke. In my lifetime I have seen the clownish, the inept, the bizarre be elected to the presidency with regularity.

Sarah Palin does not believe in evolution. I take this as a metaphor. In her world and the world of Fundamentalists nothing changes or gets better or evolves. She does not believe in global warming. The melting of the arctic, the storms that are destroying our cities, the pollution and rise of cancers, are all part of God's plan. She is fighting to take the polar bears off the endangered species list. The earth, in Palin's view, is here to be taken and plundered. The wolves and the bears are here to be shot and plundered. The oil is here to be taken and plundered. Iraq is here to be taken and plundered. As she said herself20of the Iraqi war, 'It was a task from God.'

Sarah Palin does not believe in abortion. She does not believe women who are raped and incested and ripped open against their will should have a right to determine whether they have their rapist's baby or not.

She obviously does not believe in sex education or birth control. I imagine her daughter was practicing abstinence and we know how ma ny babies that makes.

Sarah Palin does not much believe in thinking. From what I gather she has tried to ban books from the library, has a tendency to dispense with people who think independently. She cannot tolerate an environment of ambiguity and difference. This is a woman who could and might very well be the next president of the United States . She would govern one of the most diverse populations on the earth.

Sarah believes in guns. She has her own custom Austrian hunting rifle. She has been known to kill 40 caribou at a clip. She has shot hundreds of wolves from the air.

Sarah believes in God. That is of course her right, her private right. But when God and Guns come together in the public sector, when war is declared in God's name, when the rights of women are denied in his name, that is the end of separation of church and state and the undoing of everything America has ever tried to be.

I write to my sisters. I write because I believe we hold this election in our hands. This vote is a vote that will determine the future not just of=2 0the U.S. , but of the planet. It will determine whether we create policies to save the earth or make it forever uninhabitable for humans. It will determine whether we move towards dialogue and diplomacy in the world or whether we escalate violence through invasion, undermining and attack. It will determine whether we go for oil, strip mining, coal burning or invest our money in alternatives that will free us from dependency and destruction. It will determine if money gets spent on education and healthcare or whether we build more and more methods of killing. It will determine whether America is a free open tolerant society or a closed place of fear, fundamentalism and aggression.

If the Polar Bears don't move you to go and do everything in your power to get Obama elected then consider the chant that filled the hall after Palin spoke at the RNC, 'Drill Drill Drill.' I think of teeth when I think of drills. I think of rape. I think of destruction. I think of domination. I think of military exercises that force mindless repetition, emptying the brain of analysis, doubt, ambiguity or dissent. I think of pain.

Do we want a future of drilling? More holes in the ozone, in the floor of the sea, more holes in our thinking, in the trust between nations and peoples, more holes in the fabric of this precious thing we call life?

Eve Ensler September 5, 2008

Monday, August 11, 2008

I can read?

Crosstown Playwrights Summer Reading

Join the first evening of Crosstown Playwrights Summer Reading Monday, August 11 at 8 p.m.
The Winokur Family Rehearsal Room at Second Stage Theatre 307 West 43rd Street

Group by Daniel McCoy
Directed by Heidi Handelsman
Featuring: Nathaniel P. Claridad*, Denise Collins, Lillian Meredith, Jason B. Schmidt, Maria Silverman*, Gordon Tashjian
*appearing courtesy of Actors' Equity Association

Welcome to group therapy in purgatory, where six souls, at the unexpected end of their nows and the beginning of their forevers, must choose which is more important: the baggage left behind in life, or the uncertainty of what waits on the other side.

Admission is free - Seating is first come, first serve. Beer and wine reception to follow reading

Wednesday, July 30, 2008

Tuesday, June 24, 2008

Whore is a success!

Use code AEA when/if you buy your tickets.

Love ya'll.

Tuesday, June 17, 2008

Friday, June 06, 2008

Thursday, June 05, 2008

Finally a post where I can say WHORE

Heyyy. I'm in this show! Come see it.

In other news, things are moving along nicely with Mr. O'Freckle. Will keep ya posted...

Wednesday, May 14, 2008

Last Night

It could not have gone better in SO many ways. YAYYYYYYY!

Monday, May 12, 2008

The Parodivas and Pals AIDS Walk New York Benefit Show

Come on out and see the show. Use code lucky7 for $7 off!

Click here for tickets!

Proceeds go to our AIDS Walk New York Team!

Saturday, April 26, 2008

Friday, April 04, 2008

OMG Dorothy, I am EXCITED for this

I love love love love this show and CANNOT wait for it to come to Broadway. What's next? Gutenberg? I WISH!

In other news: I am going to the GLBT Expo on Sunday and then brunch! Hazzah!

Thursday, March 27, 2008

More Gypsy in the Times

It opens tonight! I really like Laura Benanti and now after reading this article, I like her more.

Tuesday, March 25, 2008

Easter Bunnay

Sooooooo, Friday Cricket and I caught the Fabulous Entourage, who were indeed fabulous. I heart them.

Saturday was spent doing nothingish until Willio came over and we chatted about the tiny tiny tiny one bedroom and studio apartments that are in our (his) price range. Sad. He may have to move to the UES and I may have to miss him. Then we saw Jumper, which we both thought was going to be the hottest comic-bookiest movie we'd ever seen. It wasn't. It was bad. And Hayden Christiansen wasn't EVER naked. GAWD!

Sunday was brunch with a crew of NYC orphans and then post-brunch drinks/convo about comedy, politics and ______. Then I passed out on my face at 8pm on the couch. When I awoke to get ready for work, my jaw felt like I'd been giving..."speeches" for hours. Luckily today, it is much better and I don't want to die.

TONIGHT IS Idol. Something to live for. w00t.


Wednesday, March 19, 2008

Tired. Ready for 5pm.

Last night The Parodivas had done our best. I am hoping the new parodies/jokes hit the audience at On The Rocks a bit better. That's my hope. I'm pretty sure they will.

I just received from Amazon: August Rush (my favorite movie of last year that pretty much EVERYONE hated) and Enchanted. I am excited to watch them this weekend. I ain't got no plans. I guess take it easy, since we will have had two gigs this week.

Several peeps from A Whole New Job attended last night. It was a very nice gesture, but...I don't know what the but is, but there definitely is a butt.

Speaking of butts, are sex jokes REALLY the only things comedy audiences want to hear? Yes.

I think I am seeing the Fabulous Entourage's reunion/maybe last show on Friday. That's plans. That's fun. YAY.

Peace. I got nuthin' else.

Saturday, March 15, 2008

Hmmm. Happy Weekend.

There's a bunch of peeps on the East side of Manhattan not having a happy weekend due to the craxy crane collapse. Whoa. Scary. There is a giant highrise going up next to my apartment (hooray for loud construction) and so this scariness could happen to anyone.

Tonight is hangin' with the Darladiva and Niwa to see The Odd Couple at The Secret Theatre out in Long Island City (tres chic). w00t.

I'm honestly looking forward to a lovely Sunday spent on the couch watching some sorta movie. Yay! Sometimes doing "nothing" is just the best "something," right?

LuPone (gypsy) was pretty darned amazing. YOU GO Grilll.

I REALLY want to see A Catered Affair. I LOVE Bucchino's music and of course worship Harvey Fierstein. I also think that Leslie Kritzer has the potential to follow in Carol Burnett's shoes as a brilliant young actress, adept at comedy. I am excited to see her tackle something not so over the top. And Faith Prince is in it too! Okay. I need to get tickets. Watch out Xanadu!


Friday, March 07, 2008

Because I am a stealer and I like pics

Darladiva listed her currents over on To the Left of Right, so I guess I will copy her because we are TWINS.

I am currently reading: The TNT Diet. It's good, but I just don't know if I can commit. I have gotten back on track with my online virtual trainer though. So that is good. Three months til BEACH TIME. As soon as/if I ever finish the diet book, I am going back to reading Dry. It is very good, but honestly, once he got to rehab, I kind of freaked out and put the book down. Ummmmm own demons much? Yeah. But I'll get back to it...sometime. Madame RK recommends it, but also has me nervous about some upcoming scenes. Anyhooooooo. I need to read these books so I can get started on the book I REALLY want to read which is Wicked Gentlemen. w00t? w00t.

Current music: Parodivas' new set for On the Rocks in TWO WEEKS:

We simply ADORE Danny Leary and his fantastic comedy show: He is our new BFF. Hey Danny Heeyyyyy.

My current guilty pleasure which has now been thwarted, is rooting and voting for another Danny. Danny Noriega on American Idol who was sadly booted from the show last night. But, I've decided he will front a glam rock band and I will become his biggest/oldest fan. YOU GO DANNY.

My current show I'm about to see is LUPONE gypsy. I am very excited. My new work friend Albie is going with me. w00000000000.


Saturday, March 01, 2008

Todays obsession: FILLER

Watch out Peggle, FILLER'S IN TOWN.

Instructions from auntiesash:

The directions are minimal. The little balls bouncing around are bad. You click (and hold down) somewhere and start to inflate a ball. If one of the bad balls hit it while you are still inflating, it pops and you lose a life. If you stop, the ball stops growing and can't be popped. You can make a bunch of balls. Some will be big and many will be little. There is a counter telling you how much time, how many balls, and how many lives remain. You have to claim a certain percentage. That should get you started. Truly addicting.


Thursday, February 28, 2008

Very Short List, kinda cool

Very Short List told me to go here and it's kinda cool, i must say:

The Daily Monster


Tuesday, February 26, 2008

More McTheatre Queen

Desiree Davar is currently giving the performance of her life as the title character in Flora the Red Menace at The Duplex as presented by Opening Doors Theatre Company. It is sold out, but get on the waitlist and check her out. She truly is a star. Work it out girrrl. Click here!

And speaking of amazing theatre, Marsha Norman (love!) discusses why August: Osage County breaks ALL the rules and yet delivers the BEST play of the season. Check it.

Saturday, February 23, 2008

80th Annual Academy Awards DOODLE'S PICKS

These are who I think will win, not necessarily who would get my vote. GO JUNO!

Performance by an actor in a leading role

George Clooney in “Michael Clayton”
Daniel Day-Lewis in “There Will Be Blood”
Johnny Depp in “Sweeney Todd The Demon Barber of Fleet Street”
Tommy Lee Jones in “In the Valley of Elah”
Viggo Mortensen in “Eastern Promises”

Performance by an actor in a supporting role
Casey Affleck in “The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford”
Javier Bardem in “No Country for Old Men”
Philip Seymour Hoffman in “Charlie Wilson’s War”
Hal Holbrook in “Into the Wild”
Tom Wilkinson in “Michael Clayton”

Performance by an actress in a leading role
Cate Blanchett in “Elizabeth: The Golden Age”
Julie Christie in “Away from Her”
Marion Cotillard in “La Vie en Rose”
Laura Linney in “The Savages”
Ellen Page in “Juno”

Performance by an actress in a supporting role
Cate Blanchett in “I’m Not There”
Ruby Dee in “American Gangster”
Saoirse Ronan in “Atonement”
Amy Ryan in “Gone Baby Gone”
Tilda Swinton in “Michael Clayton”

Best animated feature film of the year
“Surf's Up”

Art direction
“American Gangster”
“The Golden Compass”
“Sweeney Todd The Demon Barber of Fleet Street”
“There Will Be Blood”

Achievement in cinematography
“The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford”
“The Diving Bell and the Butterfly”
“No Country for Old Men”
“There Will Be Blood”

Achievement in costume design
“Across the Universe”
“Elizabeth: The Golden Age”
“La Vie en Rose”
“Sweeney Todd The Demon Barber of Fleet Street”

Achievement in directing
“The Diving Bell and the Butterfly”
“Michael Clayton”
“No Country for Old Men”
“There Will Be Blood”

Best documentary feature
“No End in Sight”
“Operation Homecoming: Writing the Wartime Experience”
“Taxi to the Dark Side”

Best documentary short subject
“La Corona (The Crown)”
“Salim Baba”
“Sari’s Mother”

Achievement in film editing
“The Bourne Ultimatum”
“The Diving Bell and the Butterfly”
“Into the Wild”
“No Country for Old Men”
“There Will Be Blood”

Best foreign language film of the year
“The Counterfeiters”

Achievement in makeup
“La Vie en Rose”
“Pirates of the Caribbean: At World’s End”

Achievement in music written for motion pictures (Original score)
“The Kite Runner”
“Michael Clayton”
“3:10 to Yuma”

Achievement in music written for motion pictures (Original song)
“Falling Slowly” from “Once”(Fox Searchlight)Music and Lyric by Glen Hansard and Marketa Irglova

“Happy Working Song” from “Enchanted”(Walt Disney) Music by Alan MenkenLyric by Stephen Schwartz

“Raise It Up” from “August Rush”(Warner Bros.)Music and lyric by Jamal Joseph, Charles Mack and Tevin Thomas

“So Close” from “Enchanted”(Walt Disney)Music by Alan MenkenLyric by Stephen Schwartz

“That’s How You Know” from “Enchanted”(Walt Disney)Music by Alan MenkenLyric by Stephen Schwartz

Best motion picture of the year
“Michael Clayton”
“No Country for Old Men”
“There Will Be Blood”

Adapted screenplay
“Atonement” (Focus Features)Screenplay by Christopher Hampton
“Away from Her” (Lionsgate)Written by Sarah Polley
“The Diving Bell and the Butterfly” (Miramax/Pathé Renn)Screenplay by Ronald Harwood
“No Country for Old Men” (Miramax and Paramount Vantage)Written for the screen by Joel Coen & Ethan Coen
“There Will Be Blood” (Paramount Vantage and Miramax)Written for the screen by Paul Thomas Anderson

Original screenplay
“Lars and the Real Girl”
“Michael Clayton”
“The Savages”

What up last week yo?

Hey doods. Soooooooooo, today was/is a productive! I woke up and made myself breakfast, cleaned the dishes, went to the gym, met with my accountant (thanks darladiva and husband cuz they gonna GET ME SOME CASH), then saw Atonement (it was good but not THE best), am having some salad, and then heading over to see Sunday in the Park with George with Cricket. No, it's not a sequel, I'm seeing it with Cricket. YAY! I am excited. I think it might be my favorite Sondheim.

Last night Cricket and I saw Justin Bond's new cabaret-ish show Lustre at PS122. It was GREAT fun. GO GO GO GO GO GO BOYS. He's amazing. W00t.

Ummmmm, I tried to crash the Lion King audition on Friday (b00t to my agent for not gettin' me an appointment), but IT WAS CANCELED. So meh. NEXT TIME?

I went out for drinks with some peeps from work on Tuesday. It was A LOT of fun, but the day after I was hurtin'. This why I don't go OUT during the week. I gotsta cut myself off early next time. The job is still going well. I've almost been there a month. WOW.

I'm off to google the Oscars so I can formulate some predictions. PERHAPS I'LL POST THEM HERE and we can see how good I AM.

whachya'll doin?

Sunday, February 17, 2008

Brunchety goodness, Cute Waiter!, and drunk grocery shopping, oh and animation town

Gwen and I had a GREAT brunch yesterday. We had the most adorable waiter, Patrick O'Freckle. He lives down the street. I actually ran into him on the street today. I think I'll ask him out if I run into him again and then he'll tell me about his gorgeous successful hung boyfriend, but WHATEVER.

After brunch, I drunkenly went to the grocery store. Thanks to Patrick O'F I was DROUNK. I don't remember what I was trying to buy, but I woke up on the couch at 11pm to assorted meats and broccoli rabe on the counter. Silly drunk. I had a glass of wine for dinner and went back to sleep.

Today was the callback for the animated feature The Champion. It turns out they are not working on the casting of The Laughing Cloud, so I may still have a shot at that role. I want to sing bassy bluesy cloud songs, I MEAN REALLY. This time I read Sir Frumious, a sweet innocent crow and a turkey reporter. "You are just so full of surprises." YAY! Hopefully I will be voicing some characters in my first film. w00t.

Going to Marie's tonight since I have tomorrow off. Spendin' the rest of my Sunday watchin' episodes of DEXTER. HOTT.


Friday, February 15, 2008

A week of...doodle

This is weird/fascinating/scary: NEW CRAZE

I am really (gayly) looking forward to this: FUNPLEX

On Tuesday I attended a reading of a new(ish) play on behalf of my boss' production company. They are seeking additional backers aiming toward an Off-Broadway production this Spring. It was very interesting to be on the "other" side. They gave us wine and cheese before and after the reading. And upon exiting, they gave me a producer's kit which has the breakdown of the investments side of the show (i.e. how much to recoup in a 199 seat vs 249 seat), etc. Very interesting indeed. Well, he asked me to write him a review and upon reading it (thanks darladiva for editing/making it better), he "is not jumping at the chance to write a check." YIKES. I have power? Well, anyhoo, I'm not going to name the play here because Shirley, Kenny Melman is involved in SOME WAY and it will get OUT. So doodle's the word on this dish.

No shows this weekend, but I have that voiceover call back. They didn't ask me to prepare the Laughing Cloud again. They want me for Sir Frumious, the villain. w00t. Think good thoughts on Sunday.

What're ya'll doin' on Monday??? I have 0 plans and am FINE with that.

Doodleedoo to you , you and you!

Saturday, February 09, 2008

Theatre Queen

Last night Gwen and I went to see Spamalot featuring Clay Aiken. Wellllllllllllllllllllllll guess what? He's good. He has the timing down, his accent is close enough and funny, and there is just SOMETHING about him that draws your eye to him on stage. He has a real charisma, real star quality. Bravo Clay. Now marry me. Thanks.

Then there were drinks with Sir Willio. He is in the process of moving. YIKES. Anyone know of an affordable studio or one bedroom in Chelsea, Midtown, North Bergen?

Tonight Darladiva and I are seeing the divine Christine Ebersole in Applause! I love listening to the original cast album and can't wait to hear the songs actually sung (Lauren Bacall starred in the original and while I think she was a fantastic actress, her voice is just not that of a singer). I particularly love the song Think How It's Gonna Be as sung by Len Cariou. YUM-0. Should be a good night.

Off to the gym and then grocery shopping. w00t.

Monday, February 04, 2008

A Whole New Job Week 2

Well, it's still going quite well. I'm settling in and getting the hang of things. Wednesday will be my first day of headin' out to Astoria to attend the Directors Meeting. It's my job to take minutes and then compile and send out on Thursday. EXCITING!

My boss and his husband invited the other feyllas to see this on March 1st. Hmmm. The Play About the Naked Guy

Hope ya'll are well. Happy Monday!

Wednesday, January 30, 2008

Madame Renea Knight says, "What song was a hit when YOU were born?"

If I had been a girl and my parents had decided against Maggie (which eventually was our dog's name), I guess I COULD have been Jasona. "I'm Jasona!" No? No? Bueller? Is this thing on?

The Knack - My Sharona - Music Video via

Get Video Code For The Knack - My Sharona - Music Video

Email to Sir Willio or Jim Nastycs

So. I hopped onto the stupid elliptical after work and the gdamn tv was not working. The cute boy that I was casing on Monday night was right next to me and having the same problem. He was all, "sucks, right?" "Insert hilariously witty comment here about the fact that we're going to have to talk to each other for the next half hour." So. We talked for the half hour. He's an actor (I KNOW you're surprised seeing as it was the NYSC on 41st). It was a nice talk. He even admitted to being a porn-gay when he asked if I knew who Arpad Miklos was. Apparently Arpad works out at NYSC too. ANYWHORE. He finished his 30 mins 2 mins before I did, and sat down in front of me to stretch. When I finished, I said, "thanks for chatting." He said, "see you later." Then I showered/changed/injected botox as fast as humanly possible so that he could see me in my cute EA outfit (meaning I look hot in a blazer). Luckily, as I exited, he was still on the mat "stretching" and saw me as I was leaving. He flashed a peace sign. The question for you is: Hillary or Obama?


should i put a post on clist?

Sunday, January 27, 2008

A Doodlemendation: Go See Speech & Debate

Hurry! I think it is closing pretty soon. It is simply a fantastic new American play. August: Osage County is the best new American play I have seen in...ever, BUT this one runs a very close second. Brilliantly written, very well executed. GO! Did you go?

Tomorrow is my first day at my new job. Here's hopin' it goes well. I'm excited and scared. That's good, right?

Off to bed early (gotta prepare for that 4 minute commute)...

Oh, and one more week until I find out if I got the callback for the animated film. Keep your fingers (vocal chords?) crossed.

Wednesday, January 16, 2008

American Idol

Wow. I think I am in love with the weird/cute/poli-sci major from Oklahoma! Nerd chic is so hott. Don't tell Clay I may have a new love. Speaking of Broadway actors...anyone want to go with me to see Clay in Spamalot? No? Anyone? Anyone? Bueller? Is this thing on?

Tuesday, January 15, 2008