I am not sure where the first two months of the year have gone, although given we have:
… A Strategic Plan, the first show of our main season, closing next week. (Yes, next week is your last chance to see this ‘slightly too close to the bone’ work by Ross Mueller. Don’t miss out.)
… The Homosexuals wrapping up its Malthouse season, ready to wend its merry way to the Stables stage. I saw the show in Melbourne and can’t wait for us all to get up close and personal in Kim and Warren’s Darlo apartment!!
… The Bleeding Tree in rehearsal at Sydney Theatre Company. It was so exciting to hear the play read again this week with the original cast all back on deck for the season at the Wharf.
… Lee cloning herself so she can get both of these shows on while preparing for rehearsal for David Williams’ Smurf In Wanderland …
… Phil Spencer curated our first hugely fun ‘Griffin Up (not that) Late’ last week, where he also regaled us with the story of his (in)famous punk/rock/ska high school band ‘Pike Basher’. Watch this space for our next up late session during The Homosexuals.
Then, suddenly, I do realise how March seemed to arrive so quickly!