Tomorrow night (Thursday at 7:30 p.m.) I get a taste of my own medicine, as San Francisco Chronicle theater critic Robert Hurwitt grills me on the sordid details of my life and work. The interrogation will take place at the Osher Marin Jewish Community Center, on the same stage where I have happily performed my monologues many times in the past. (Random note: their café has been known to serve excellent lox, fresh and nicely sliced -- the kind of detail that an itinerant, and hungry, Jewish performer tends to appreciate.)
After the interview, I'll be signing copies of my book of monologues, Red Diaper Baby (and trying not to leave lox-grease fingerprints on them, unless specifically requested).
If you're in the neighborhood, please stop by!
November 30th, 2005