Tuesday, May 05, 2009

In other rich person news...

I would really like to see this play

Indeed, I would be willing to serve post-theatre omelets and desserts at my house to those willing to see it with me. Or we could just have drinks in the city, which would be logistically easier.

Let me know. Email is probably easier.


Joel Monka said...

I wish I could see it with you; it sounds intriguing. Unfortunately, I won't be able to see it for 2-5 years, that being how long new plays usually take to make it out here.

Chalicechick said...

If only there were a large metal tube that flew through the air and hundreds of miles an hour that could bring you to DC.

Ah well, sucks that such an awesome thing doesn't exist.

I kid, I kid. We still on for the Mystery Writers' Convention in August? I'm still hoping to go though I've got a lot of stuff up in the air right now.


kim said...

I'd love to see it with you, but, alas, that flying tube is too expensive for me. Let us know how it is.
Are you going to GA?

Joel Monka said...

August? I thought Bouchercon was October.

PG said...

My brower is undecided about which play you meant -- The Bread of Winter or The Woman Who Amuses Herself? I might be able to do the latter; the former closes too soon for me to get to DC (impeded by work/illness rather than lack of flying tube).

Chalicechick said...

The one about the Mona Lisa.

slightly intimidated by the idea of meeting you, but overall enthused.

Ps. Yes, Joel, I meant Bouchercon. My bad on the month.

PG said...

Coming to D.C. is marked in my husband's calendar as "last-minute trip," based on having a weekend where neither of us needs to work (ha-ha-ha-cough-hack-ptooie), so I'm afraid I can't be depended upon for a particular date right now. But if you buy tickets for either May 30 weekend or June 6 weekend, let me know and I'll try to get down there.