I’ve been working really hard on just getting stuff done vs. getting stuff done right. Or even more detrimental: getting stuff done perfectly. God, I feel like I’m always writing about this.
I don’t want to run if I don’t run at least 3 miles. I don’t want to write a play if it’s not going to win a Tony. If you give me one bite of your pizza, I’m going to tear it from your hands and eat the whole slice. Blah blah blah.
But this is a very counterproductive thought process. I mean, what are the odds that I win a Tony? (Hint: Lesser than me eating an entire pizza. Greater than me running more than 3 miles at a time, ever).
Anyway, I did write a play. I buckled down, knocked out a script and gathered a team. We put up a show!
Maybe baby steps are they key to productivity, and therefore: life! But if babies were born ready to walk, then, well… omg that would just be terrifying. Can you imagine?! I’M FREAKING OUT.
Just kidding, here I am. Wow, what a day!
The play is called “The Sleepover” and it is about 4 teenaged girls at a sleepover. A more eloquent description rests here (also a place where you can buy tickets for the show this Sunday!)
Our March 22 show was a hit! We are in the process of developing it into a longer piece to go up on it’s own on April 26 at 7:00pm. More info on that later!
And lastly, I’m so honored to play on the Thursday night house team at the Annoyance NY. Read more about it here.