I’m sure you’ve noticed by now that the character of Josie Hogan is played by Ramona Alexander (How Do You Spell Hope?, Harriet Jacobs) - a fabulously talented woman of color. EdgeBoston.com comments on the choice of Alexander in this play.
It’s not necessarily my favorite version of that photo - as you can see, Trent (left) is shadowed by the frame and his hat, and the expressions on the boys aren’t quite concrete and cohesive. You can tell this shot is a setup, rather than fluidly moving through a scene.
Oh well. It’s a credit!
So we all know I don’t like this guy, right? He’ll credit every idiot with a point and shoot, but not me? Awesome.
During From Orchids to Octopi, he stole - that’s right, STOLE, as in yoinked, swiped, ganked, etc - one of the preview photos right from this here blog WITH MY WATERMARK, to post in his little blog because he no longer has access to the real thing anymore, and I posted a DMCA takedown notice on it, and Google followed through, because he’s hosting through Blogspot, and God forbid that any of their lovlies get tangled up in a copyright mess. So yay Google!
So sorry it’s been so long between posts! Now that I’m in my new home, I can get back to photos and blogging and such.
Meredith Goldstein, an advice columnist at Boston.com tells us what it’s like to give advice in the digital age, and how it compares to the life Ann Landers must have led.
I’m so far behind, lovelies! I’ve not even given you the production photos, and reviews are starting to come out! It’s been just a crazy, crazy week!
Jenna’s not enthused (even so much as to not give me credit! Sad!), but many others are - and I hope you are too when you see it!
The Lady With All The Answers runs through June 27 - and keeps selling well, so get your tickets today!
Now that I’m back from LA, it’s time to get down to business.
Here’s the large, print version from a few days ago:
And here’s today’s “Things to Do” feature (AND online!):
Lady runs through June 26 - and is expected to sell out, so get your tickets early!