Monthly Archives: April 2013

Completing the Trilogy

In The Addams Family Musical, the deceased family ancestors rise from the dead once a year to visit. They are all dressed in white (as they are ghosts), and there are characters ranging from the dead caveman to the dead … Continue reading

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Indian Summer

This past week, after the cast did their show in Pensacola on Wednesday night, they took a two day bus ride to Flint, MI with a stopover in Louisville, KY Thursday night. The cast is not required to go on … Continue reading

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It Takes A Village

This week, we are doing a series of one-night only shows; Sarasota, FL, Tallahassee, FL, Pensacola, FL, Flint, MI and Morgantown, W. Va. A new hotel, new town, new theatre, every single night. Every morning, our friendly actor “bus mules” … Continue reading

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Teach Your Children Well

When Sam was in 5th grade, he was suspended twice by his elementary school in the Scottsdale School District. Once was for imitating Britney Spears dancing on the pole at the Video Music Awards (he used the pole from the … Continue reading

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Not Tonight, Dear: I Have To Moisturize

Recently, I was at a dinner party in Arizona. I sat next to a girl and we talked about trying to find the perfect neighborhood here to raise our famiies. She described her childhood neighborhood as an amazing place where … Continue reading

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Twinkle Twinkle Little Star

My sister Emily met her husband Jason at the Matzo Ball, an annual Jewish singles event in Arizona. When she called me to tell me his last name, I realized that they had a very special connection. Jason’s father was … Continue reading

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Stealing Home

One of my favorite movies from the ’80s was “Stealing Home” with Jodi Foster and Marc Harmon (really, its a must-see). Marc Harmon’s character goes home after the death of his childhood friend (Jodi Foster) and the movie is based … Continue reading

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