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October 27, 2000

Who has the strangest polling place?

Mine's in the loading dock of a Smart & Final. Seems strange to choose a leader next to the kitty litter.

Posted by bonnie at 5:22 PM

October 15, 2000

An LA Theatre Invitation...

For those of you who haven't heard, I totaled my car a few weeks ago, at least in the eyes of my insurance company. Chris Berube, owner of The Next Stage Theatre, has offered up the space for raising the difference between what the insurance company will pay and what it will cost to fix my car.

While this cause is nowhere near that of the Bar-o-fit, for Barry's film, the place is the same (1523 N. LaBrea, north of Sunset, above the Lava Lounge), and your presence is requested.

Bon-e-fit, 10pm Saturday, 21 October (starring the LA Berubian Improv Troupe), $10. Those who come for Sketch-n-Sniff at 8pm then stay for the Bon-e-fit pay only $5 (that's 2 great shows for just $15).

Chris Berube has earned up some really great karma with the care he takes of his crew. I am proud to be a part of it! Thank you all for the rides you've given me during this car-less time.

Posted by bonnie at 8:44 PM

October 6, 2000

The Female Perspective - Auditions

Auditions for "The Female Perspective" will be held Sunday, Oct. 15th and Monday, the 16th. Please email me to request an audition.

The original/adapted play will run weekends in December at The Next Stage. There is no pay, but a lot of room for creativity.

Sorry guys, chicks only on this one! I'll get ya next time.

Females, any ethnicity, ages 10-100.

This is a collaborative adaptation of several scenes, monologues, and essays for and about the female experience. We'll also consider adapting traditionally male roles to our perspective.

I'll want you to bring material you already connect with or have always wanted to do on stage. The scenes will be woven together in a way that will allow each cast member to play numerous roles: comedic, dramatic, lead, supporting, the whole spectrum.

I'm trying not to have a strict idea of "types" of women I want to cast, just that they have a real sense of self about them, and an ability to connect with the material.

Posted by bonnie at 11:23 AM