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Sunday, June 17, 2007

 

ModFab, Live On Stage!

Yes, we blog everyday. We have sex every so often. And on occasion, we direct plays in New York. But the rarest thing of all is when we ACT. So if you'd like to see your humble editor onstage, performing before a live audience, there's an extremely rare opportunity to do so in this marvelous piece on Tuesday at the Knitting Factory. Part theatre, part political activism, it's for a great cause and it sheds light on the moving stories of oppression happening in Burma right now. (Hee, I said Burma.) The play is being performed simultaneously all around the world; here in New York, the cast is all-star, featuring the legendary Penny Arcade, the glamorous Catherine Porter, the charming Barry Rowell, and of course moi. And yes, the bar will be open.

GLOBAL THEATRE @ THE KNITTING FACTORY

A reading of
THE LADY OF BURMA by RICHARD SHANNON
directed by Chris Mirto
The Knitting Factory
74 Leonard Street, NYC - 6pm

(between Broadway and Church)
Join us on Tuesday, June 19 as theatres across the world perform this astounding one woman show about Aung San Suu Kyi – a political activist under house arrest in Burma for 13 years. Be our audience as 25 actors tell her incredible story. June 19 is Aung's birthday.

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