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You know how when you have a really great night, all other nights pale in comparison, and you end up a little bummed? That’s how I feel right now. Because at this time last Friday, I was gearing up for a totally rad cast reunion of Aloha, Say the Pretty Girls. And totally rad it was. Even Mel Pharr showed up from New York! Brown sugar bacon was made, drinks were had, and secret longings were revealed. So how on earth can I look forward to a weekend, knowing it (probably) won’t be spent in Everett with a cooler of Bud Lite? I guess I can just update everyone on some new projects.

Bob Mussett and his company, Exquisite Corps, just launched their production of Charles L. Mee’s Limonade Tous les Jours. Catch it at the Arsenal Center for the Arts in Watertown now through April 10.

Kenny Steven Fuentes and Mary-Liz Murray have started a new company, The CoLab Theatre, with another friend of Holland’s, Erika Geller.This promises to be epic.

Lydia Anderson is participating in Script Frenzy. 100 pages in 1 month? Better get started!

Krista D’Agostino is walking in the Boston Area Rape Crisis Center’s Walk for Change. If you’d like to donate, go here. She’s looking to raise $150, which is enough to provide one survivor of sexual assault with his or her first three sessions of counseling.

What are you up to?

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3 Comments

  1. wow… really nice blog…. wonderfully written…. i like it….

    visit mine… & plz plz plz put your comments…. Thank you…
    i’ll be in touch

  2. I’m reading other people’s blogs when I’m supposed to be working… But it’s soooo beautiful out, how can anyone blame me?!?!

    Also, I’m officially going to start following this blog. Cuz Holland Productions is totally baller.

    Ezekiel

    • Mary-Liz
    • Posted April 2, 2010 at 4:14 pm
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    Thanks for the shout out Lydia! And just an FYI for all my Aloha brethren…and select others who may be reading this…there is still a cooler full of Bud Lite in Everett…


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