Tag Archives: theater

The ‘Planet Hospice’ Yeast-Sex Tour

I wanted people to know that if they missed my play PLANET HOSPICE (a theatrical romp through human extinction) at United Solo and the Ithaca Fringe and the Tampa Fringe (and most recently at the Tremors Art Show at the Point Green Gallery), there’s always an opportunity to see it. I’ll explain below. It’s a clown play/comedy […]

My orphan 9-11 play. Takers?

I’ve been doing some assessment of my body of one person shows over the past few days after my United Solo outing. About fifteen years ago, I wrote a somewhat biographical one-person play for a friend about his experiences after 9/11. He had been fully immersed in the truth movement, and was disillusioned by it–and […]

More about ‘Planet Hospice’

So, thanks to journalist and activist Paul DeRienzo, I’ve got a picture of myself participating in last Sunday’s Climate March in NYC. And yes, people did talk to me about extinction. Not many (and I had to leave shortly after the march ended because though I have the heart of a lion, I have the […]