Hello, dear readers!
We’re sitting here in the Adams ArtsSpace at Harvard. ¬†Yep. ¬†You heard me correctly: we’re spending the week at Harvard!
So, here we are, eating dining hall food and sleeping on couches. ¬†Sounds just like school, doesn’t it? ¬†Except this time, we’re the ones teaching. ¬†After some healthy consideration last night, we decided that instead of creating something brand new with students, everyone would be best served by working on an existing text - and so we’re happy to announce that Meeting, Important is going to have a special workshop performance in Cambridge on Friday! ¬†This is rare experience for a number of reasons:
1) We’re doing a show in Boston! ¬†The last time that happened, Mary was just coming to love the writing.style.with.periods. ¬†The last time that happened, nobody knew what an iPad was. ¬†The last time that happened, Hillary Clinton was probably going to be the next President of the United States. ¬†Yikes!
2) We’re so thrilled to have a number of talented Harvard students working with us on this production - these guys are the true stars of tomorrow, so you’ll get to see them here first.
3) Nick Delany.¬† Always.
4) more work-in-progress evidence of how art.party operates. ¬†you loved our New York workshop - well, this is going to be a different show than the one you saw in New York. ¬†It’s the beauty of developing a show and you can watch it unfold before your eyes.
if you want to join us on Friday at 7pm or 9pm, email email@example.com and reserve a space. ¬†These things are going to go fast and they’re most certainly limited, so act now to avoid disappointment.
Now, if you’ll excuse me, I hear the dining hall has chicken tenders for lunch.
Tags: andrew broussard, artparty, carolyn mccandlish, david ingber, fun, Harvard, Harvard Residency, jojo karlin, Mary Birnbaum, Meeting Important, Nick Delany, Office for the Arts, Residency, workshop