Monthly Archives: August 2022
The last tour–sign on now
Back from the Tampa Fringe and my play HOW TO PARTY LIKE IT WILL NEVER BE 2029. I tried to keep things light and funny (great classic lines about Brooklyn, a minimum of insults about De Santis). Expanding with presentation software, ready to tour to… where? I had a bunch of other plays I could […]
Has the meltdown already begun?
This article begins with the usual ‘i could be wrong’ denials, but if it’s right, we are in fact too late to party like it’s 2029 This is what I was trying to warn about at theTampa fringe show. Loss of ice and release of methane sufficient to shut down the planet with heat. There […]
Why we’re screwed (by 2029 if not sooner)
So I’m doing this play about climate and why global warming is going crazy. It’s at the Tampa Fringe and I have two more nights. As I remind the audience, I am not a PhD in climate related issues. But this caught my attention in April and I’ve been ruminating ever since. People deserve to […]