Tuesday, April 28, 2009

Briefs (and me) in the News

The show I'm directing right now for Impact Theatre was mentioned in Sunday's paper! They even mention me by name and Un-Scripted. Woohoo!

Impact Briefs: Puberty Berkeley's proudly impertinent theater in a pizza parlor basement celebrates the end of its 13th season by bringing back one of its most popular recurring features, a program of all-new one-acts - or "shorts" - often concerning so-called unmentionable topics. This year's theme is the comical awkwardnesses of coming to terms with raging hormones and a pubescent body. Alan Goy of Un-Scripted Theater Company directs.

8 p.m. Thursdays through Saturdays; previews Thursday and runs Friday through June 6. $12-$20. Impact Theatre, La Val's Subterranean, 1834 Euclid Ave., Berkeley. (510) 464-4468, www.impacttheatre.com.

It's as if people are expected to know who I am, or at least to have heard of Un-Scripted. Awesome.

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