Monthly Archives: January 2012

I Want You To Live Forever

I’m not much of a sports fan, but I make an exception for NBA basketball and my Miami Heat.  And while I’ve supported the team even through the period where their headliner was Brian Grant, things have started getting really … Continue reading

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January 21st

(This one’s pretty personal, and fairly epic for this blog) There are some moments in life when your entire being is distilled into one raw emotion.  Sometimes something happens that makes you so angry, it blocks out any other thought … Continue reading

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After a 2:00 AM Rehearsal

Last year, towards the beginning of rehearsals for “The Crucible,” I told a guy who had joined the cast a bit late, and for whom that play was his first time acting, that he’d feel every emotion possible towards the … Continue reading

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The Week After Next

Next week I’ll be performing in the Bar Ilan Acting Society’s production of “Rumors.” (go buy tickets!)  Next week I’ll also be finishing my army service. It’s kind of a big week. We’ve been rehearsing like crazy all this week, … Continue reading

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Bnei Barak

So there’s this city in the Tel Aviv region, situated right between outer and inner suburb, called Bnei Barak.  Or Bene Beraq.  Or B’ney Brak.  It really depends on what road sign you’re looking at. But sometimes, while passing through … Continue reading

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I Walk In, Part 5: Turtopofridge

Yeah.  Turtopofridge. Alright, this is the last chapter.  Glad I’m getting it online. For review: Introduction and disclaimer Part 1 Part 2 Part 3 Part 4 I Walk In, Part 5: Turtopofrige The infamous Turtopofridge laughed in spite of himself.  … Continue reading

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