I'm in a Capital Fringe Festival show: Captain Squishy's Yeehaw Jamboree. Written by a couple of friends of mine, Chris Davenport and Nick Greek. Imagine, if you will, the TV show HeeHaw reenacted by an insane asylum. That's not specifically what it is, but that's a good way to describe it. I'll update soon on this -- we open on the 10th. It's way silly fun.
Recently went to Lititz, PA, with Jenny, for the 4th of July. We have family up there, via Jenny. Jen's folks were up there for a visit, too. Lititz has a great 2-day celebration, with a spectacular fireworks display at the end.
Went to Ohio twice -- once for the opening performance of Tecumseh!, then a couple of weeks later for a reunion. Good times had by all at the reunion, and performers from many seasons previous came out of the woodwork. About the show itself -- it is still a great, great thing, and you, yes I mean you, should go see it.
Demetrius Thomas -- I talked to him on the phone recently, and, yah, he made it to the reunion. He has not made a substantial, though not yet full recovery. Mentally, all's pretty well. One leg is giving him issues that's really screwing with his mobility. There's understandable frustration, but also a great appreciation for all the little things in life.
Jen's off to another 3-week stage combat workshop now. So it's me and Sadie at home again.