one of the [many] joys of living in this city is that there is something to do around every corner every single minute of every day.
i traveled down to the west village tonight for dinner and a play with a friend [also know as director of Sampaguita] to support another friend Marisa [also known as writer/producer/actor of Sampaguita] who is acting in a play.
i love these off broadway plays.
silly costumes made of cardboard.
very very good humor.
and Marisa was phenomenal.
what a beautiful, memorable, simple set. there were 7 actors, and part of the dynamic was to move the chairs about to be used as dining chairs, coach seats, pews.....
"Based on the story of two voyages of the HMS Beagle to Tierra del Fuego in the 1830's, Land O'Fire is the story of South American Fuegian Indians plucked from their home and transported to England to be christianized. Told from the point of view of the Indians, Land O'Fire is a timely work, hilarious yet always insightful in its examination of life interfered with and forever damaged by association with a 'superior' culture."
what happened to this warm weather i was wishing for? the wind is almost unbearable here. i'm so happy to be in my pjs almost in my bed.