The development 'blog for the next Zuppa del Giorno show went live today, and here is where you can see it all go down:
. Watch, enjoy, and comment as you see fit (comments
be moderated, however). I'm excited to make this show a little more "open source" to its audience and our friends who for one reason or another may not be able to make it out to Scranton in the dead of winter.
We have also finally scheduled our first official development rehearsal: October 2-3, to be held in New York City. It was my ambition to have our first this weekend, but with actors in three (count 'em) different states of this great country of ours (well: two states and a commonwealth) it just was not mean to be. So we'll get as good a start as we may at the beginning of October, and see where we all end up at the end of that.
I've avoided writing too much about this process in the Aviary thus far in the interests of keeping it private until we had a little more sense of direction - but just a little more. The evolution of this show will be intricate and slow, and I'm excited by the prospects of both our invited collaborators, and anyone else who decides to poke their noses in. As a result of my excitement, you may be seeing a bit less of me here at the Aviary, for which I do apologize. But if you need me, you'll know where to look.