Which makes me happier?
A) Watching two of my oldest friends @williamryankey and @heusinger play incredible music down the road from my house, or
B) All of us eating the tomato bisque at @looppizzagrill
I WON'T CHOOSE. I WON'T.
Anyway, if it's in your town, drop everything and do it. The show, I mean. Not the bisque.
Actually, wait -- do both.
I’m often asked what first sparked my interest in theatre. My grandfather, Jerome Sorkin, was a proud @iatse union member, building sets for Broadway shows, working tech for soap operas and variety shows (ideally involving muppets), and running tech at the New York State Theater at @lincolncenter. It was there that he showed his family all the backstage magic behind shows like The Nutcracker. It felt like the great magician revealing his secrets as he'd show us how the giant Christmas tree would rise from several stories below the floor, or how the fake snow would be released from the catwalk, or how the Sugar Plum Fairy would glide across the stage. Thank you for the inspiration, Poppy. I miss you. #stylishnavysweatshirtthursday
My writing, thoroughly analyzed in an AP English textbook. To all my high school English teachers: you wouldn't have bet money on this, right? Be honest...
Loved seeing the @carrborohigh_theatre production of my play "Drugs Are Bad." Kudos to the students for braving decades-old references in the script to Simon & Garfunkel and arcades. #oldmanwriterhejustkeepsrollingalong