Okay, here’s a question. How are all of you out there dealing with the larger influx of email communication that we are getting these days? Is it me, or is picking up the phone more uncommon and in-person meetings too hard to schedule because people are too busy?
I think I am getting upwards of 100 emails a day. I wish that I were joking. My gmail is bursting with emails, and that’s after I unsubscribed to a bunch of junkmail. So, this is really all work-related and personal correspondence.
Who has a good system of filing and responding to all this stuff? I’m drowning. As a freelance worker and a writer, those emails are always flowing in faster than I can deal with ’em. And they’re coming like a river of hot volcano and they’re threatening to burn my house down.
i was talking about this play with some partners in crime from the women’s project tonight about this show and i was thinking i should get the word out and ask people to go, if they can. there are even $20 rush seats. i know it’s a lot in these trying economic times, but it’s possibly the stuff of changing the status quo.
i am of course talking about taking over by danny hoch at the public theater. i think it’s really incredible that he’s taken a form he helped to popularize and really take on the gentrification of williamsburg, and really, this whole city. his performance is for the most part nuanced and when he does an entire scene as a dominican car service dispatcher and a developer, inspired.
i’ve been thinking that this is what theater is for–to ask difficult questions. and it is nice to see someone asking us all to consider the question though he does not have the answer either. what we need, what he begs us to do, is to ponder this together.