Monday, May 29, 2017

Breastplate


Hooray! Christy the sleazebag Clark, our premier, is out — and thank God. The Greens just ousted the queen of slime.
I’m done with the script. I can’t do any more. I’m sticking to dressmaking now in hopes of having the defiant dress front done in time for the Arts Club submission — given that it is the most important piece in the play and unlike any of the other dresses. The script goes to an editor on Friday.
Then, next Thursday (June 8th), I start re-writing again after I get the feedback from Colin. Then it goes to the Arts Club on the 19th and I hear if I’m selected for the new play series or not by the end of the month. That’s very quick.
If they say No, I think this theatre will tell me why (unlike Boca del Lupo). And I’ll consider all they say and maybe try again somewhere else — perhaps a theatre company that the Arts Club can recommend. Honestly: I think I can get past this first hurdle, perhaps not the next — it is much tougher — but I think I can do this one.
The breastplate is coming along. I made it Sunday, and felt ambivalent about it yesterday, so I added an “apron” to it — I flared it at the bottom and liked it much better. It’s very odd, for sure, but I like it and I think it will look good installed in a show.

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