At home, my lord.

I ran into several people yesterday as I was out taking care of theatre business. Both chance meetings resulted in invitations that would be good for my career. It occurred to me that due to poverty and my freelance career that I have been spending more and more time at home. And that being at home isn’t the most effective place for a career in the arts. It is the cheapest place. And the most comfortable. But it is not the most effective or inspiring or stimulating or useful. Except for when it is.

Also, there are a lot of lies in this play. This one might be the most direct and obvious.


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