An Update on Life

I just wanted to let you all know that I have recovered well from my surgery, but unfortunately it has not ended my ordeal. I won’t be writing about ecoTheater much for a while, because I frankly have many other things to deal with in life in order to keep it–life, that is.

If you’re interested, please check out another blog I have started called The C Word. I can’t help it, I’m a writer at heart, and so what I do is write. Since it has been a week since my surgery, I’m feeling up to putting things down in words again…so, I hope you’ll be interested enough to take a look.

I promise I will return to ecoTheater, and the work I’ve been doing here. Also, my article for American Theatre is still set to run in November, so be sure to check it out. You might also want to check out Ian Garrett’s new wiki here. The logo he came up with is fantastic!

Thanks for all of your support.


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