First rehearsal of "Hold"

Today was the first rehearsal of my (really quite short) play "Hold." If you're a regular reader, you may recall that this is the play that's getting performed as part of the Sydney Fringe; details on the actual performance dates and times can be found here.

I'd gotten to Sydney early (mainly to ensure I had time to get a special lunch: steamed pork buns, best I've ever had, from a little bakery in Chinatown — at only $1.20 each, they taste even better than they otherwise would), so I spent a couple hours walking around in the bright, relatively warm sun and peering into a couple of bookshops and getting progressively more apprehensive.

I needn't have, however. The actors are really excellent, the director is really excellent, my script is funny — and, what's more, even after they'd read through it a half-dozen times, everyone agreed that it was still funny! Apparently all of the eight short plays that will be performed as part of "Hi, How Can I Help You?" are funny, so you're in for quite an entertaining night, should you decide to go. And you should! You so should! Experts agree!


At 10:14 AM, Blogger fullsoulahead.com said...

Congrats on your play being performed!

"Steamed pork buns."

Is it pork on buns of bread, or it is a little pig's butt cheeks, hot and steamy?

Sorry. That's how my mind works.

At 10:31 AM, Blogger Laura E. Goodin said...

I'm not even sure I should risk answering that!


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