Friday, July 16, 2010

Small World

Avid readers may remember my review last year of Impact Theatre's production of Stephen Yockey's play Large Animal Games. (Coincidently, that post is one of my blog's most viewed. I think because the post's title "Large Animal Names" leads people to believe it is actually a list of names of large animals. Maybe I should change the title to "Guy with the Loud Pencil".) I knew a lot of people in the show. Diana stage managed it, and I sat next to Stephen Yockey at a different play once. So we've laughed together at least.

In any case, the Impact production of Large Animal Games was a co-world premier with Dad's Garage in Atlanta.

I just found out yesterday that one of my best friends from college directed the Dad's Garage production. Crazy. Small world.

I don't know why I find this so fascinating.

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In 1789, the governor of Australia granted land and some animals to James Ruse in an experiment to see how long it would take him to support himself. Within 15 months he had become self sufficient. The area is still known as Experiment Farm. This is my Experiment Farm to see how long it will take me to support myself by writing.