'Plaint of the Playwright

'Plaint of the Playwright

[ Friday, March 01, 2002 ]

More news from the Blitzkrieg pipeline.

Just got this from Buck:
I know several of you are concerned about the Winter Storm Warning expected for tonight and tomorrow.

As of right now, the show will go on. I am playing it by ear, but I expect to start the writing process tonight at 8 as scheduled. The arrival times for actors and crew tomorrow morning may have to be made a bit flexible, if the roads are in bad shape. But everyone is still expected at the scheduled times, and I recommend starting WAY early if the storm is bad.

I am leaving work at 3:00 to go back home and get supplies, and then I expect to be at the theatre to start setting up around 6 at the latest.

Once again, this could get interesting.

Especially since I just got recruited to be the Mercury Players "Hall Monitor" from 1am to 6am.

This means:

1) I'll have a set of keys.
2) They'll show me where everything is.
3) I'll have some numbers to call if if I have problems/questions.
4) Everyone else in the building will know to go to me with problems & questions.

It also means that, since I woke up at 6:30am this morning, it's a safe bet that I'll be up for twenty-four hours.

My name is Jack Bauer.

And this.

Is the longest day.




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