Fist off, everyone take note of and click on this link which will direct you to MY INTERVIEW WITH BROADWAY STAR HETTIE BARNHILL AND MY REVIEW OF A DREADFUL SHOW HERE IN ST. LOUIS!
Thank you. I tried to go easy on the review. I could have
completely trashed said quite a lot more, but I’ll just stay silent and hope for better next year. If I’m still in St. Louis, that is.
I’ve been toying with the idea os going back to Grad school for a while. I think a big part of me actually misses New York. Maybe I just miss being cramped in tiny, dirty quarters. Or maybe I’m just seeking some escape.
I’ve never wanted to live in a mansion. I’m not one for housework, besides vacuuming, which I oddly enjoy. I’ve always wanted a weird little house with features like a secret room hidden behind a bookcase, a circular staircase, pretty much features that Peter Pan would have in his treehouse, or that Rasputin had in his house in Russia. There was one rounded stone room that made it impossible to gossip in secret, a feature which was probably useful when things were being said like ‘let’s poison that son-of-a-b*tch’ and not so much when it was me and my best friend Emily complaining ‘this whole country stinks!’ in what we thought were muted tones.
Anyways, I have an occasional fascination with becoming a hermit- the idea of escaping from everyone and everything; taxes, jobs, people, (but I would take my cat!)