Well we've gotten into a pretty lax habit of blogging around here. Maybe it's a symptom of the fast-paced Facebook/Twitter life we lead. Is there nothing to blog since we update our status' (stati?) and mini-blog on daily, sometimes hourly, basis? Maybe. But besides those updates, you add in the writing we do for The Union, then also a show that Mo directed and I acted in called "Zahara's Wake" that we helped write, not to mention another sketch show that I'm helping create...point is, there's no shortage of writing going on around here.
So here's our semi-monthly recap: We had a real nice visit from Josh and Kim. You can read more about it at his blog. We put up the aforementioned "Zahara's Wake", a show that Mo conceived as part of a show at The Annoyance Theater called Triple Feature. The idea behind our show is that you're at the funeral of Zahara Jolie-Pitt, 25 years in the future, and the cast played some of the other kids (both natural born and adopted) of Brad and Angelina. It was a real funny show and we had a blast developing and performing it. The Union had another fun show at The Playground Theater, and both Mo and I have been auditioning for shows and commercials and such. Also, I'm working with my friend Josh Chamberlain on a sketch show for his Second City Director's Program. I'm part of a three-person cast that is improvising to develop sketches for a show that will run for a couple months later this summer at Donny's Skybox Theater at Second City. You'll hear all about it as the show gets closer. If not here, when I Twitter it and invite you on Facebook.