Monthly Archives: October 2009

” don’t shop for a living. I WORK” volume 2.

FABULOUS FANNY As a props master, eyewear generally doesn’t fall into our purview. Usually its costumes/warddrobe’s problem. Unless, of course, the play is set at an opticians, or there are eyeglasses that are worn and taken off… then they become … Continue reading

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Oh Baby, part 2

So, a while back I wrote a post about finding a stage baby for In the Next Room (the vibrator play). At the time, I was looking into having a re-born doll made. Think: ladies that craft hyper-realistic baby dolls … Continue reading

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“I don’t shop for a living. I WORK” — Part 1. THE MAIN SQUEEZE

When I was in high school I worked retail. One day I got into a fight with a woman that I’ve never forgotten: She was trying to return an item she had purchased 4 months earlier, and when I said … Continue reading

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Old Bag

Dear Old Bag, Its not you, its me. This is not a desertion, its not that I don’t love you anymore. Please don’t be offended. My life has changed, thats all. Instead of needing to carry around books and supplies … Continue reading

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