One thing I'm thankful for is having Steinbeck with us. It makes all the difference in the world. For the past three weeks, Jim has been going non-stop. As playwright and actor, he has the last word. So, even if he's not directly supervising the production, the buck stops with him.
Merman called it "Taking The Veil."
So, call me Mother Superior. Or Charles Lowe. But the kid is in for the day.
It also means I have a chance to look over the video I've shot so far. The footage from the Blacklist panel alone is beyond priceless.
Meanwhile, "My Thanksgiving Prayer" from the San Francisco Gay Men's Chorus:
A new love song based on chaos theory. Because, romantic.
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