I’m heading out to Valdez, Alaska, for the Valdez Theatre Conference. This is my third trip there, and each time I’m more amazed by the people I’m with and the surroundings.
The play we’ll be reading is “Tucumcari Tonite!” It’s a buddy comedy: Alex, a bail bondsman from Las Vegas, is taking Tony, a mob accountant, across country to his new life and identity under witness protection. They spend the night on the side of the road in the middle of the New Mexico desert among the dangers of the desert life, and learn some interesting truths about themselves and each other.
Because I will be very busy with the play and all the things that go on there, and that I’ll be four hours behind my usual time zone, things may be a little quiet here. But I’ll be posting when I can.