I have been very, very busy. I'm at a new job with at ton of work archiving art and very little internet access. I'm stealing a moment here. I am working in the same office where I worked for two years when I first started working at WB. My hubby freelances in this office as well. But soon I'm being whisked off to work in a warehouse so I'll be even less accessible for a while.

Busy acting-wise as well. I did a reading last week of a very funny pilot called Assisted Living about celebrity personal assistants. It was pretty fantastic. I've also been very fortunate to be cast in a short film called Space Hospital, shooting at the end of this month. It is the best title ever. I will know more about it after the reading tomorrow. I'm so excited.

The gears are also in motion for Acts Of Sedition, the show that me and my friends are writing/producing in Philadelphia in September. We have rehearsals and music and video shoots to do (it's a multimedia piece). I think I might also be doing another show in which I'm singing, but not completely sure on that yet. Meisner class is still full-stop jarringly great as well.

Also, the album's songs are slowly trickling in. Apparently they've been waiting at my doorstep for quite some time but haven't known the proper secret knocks to get in. Hubby and I had a synchronistic moment today where we both coincidentally started working on the same song again during lunch that we'd both not touched for months. It's now rescued from the Fog. It's moments like that where I ponder the possibility that art is something Other that exists in a raw form somewhere out there, and we are just the vessels.

It's a busy time.

1 Comments:

it all sounds fantastic!
xixi | Homepage | 06.15.07 - 10:45 pm | #

I am so proud of you. I cannot wait to see you, dear one...
tifanie | 06.16.07 - 4:04 pm | #

Wow. You sound so busy, no wonder you haven't been updating very often. Wishing you more synchronistic music moments with David.
Lisa | Homepage | 06.18.07 - 8:04 am | #

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