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my pleasure on the Baboró front. You might even make it over this side of the ocean sometime?
I'll give you a buzz if I make it up your way...I like your midgie song! It would go over well here, we get infested every year. Happy friday mr huddle.
It was good to see you at the Arts Northwest Conference in Eugene. Sorry I missed you're original inquiry, but glad to hear they let you in anyway. Keep me up on your new show coming up. Good luck with that.
I ended up meeting quite a few new people as well as old friends, and that's in part what it's all about. Hoping it will eventually facilitate the selling of myself and my work in that area. Whew. Makes you a little jumpy though. Not any more solo theater folk in the showcases on Wednesday, mostly music. Along with a fine young string quartet, there was this great saxaphone quartet, and a west coast group called Three Legged Torso (I didn't ask) that might be discribed as gypsy/jazz/new music fusion, which just blew me away.
I'm following Katie's cue. I'm also in the cap fringe and would be very open to cross promos. My show LABOR DAZE is a collection of birth stories from all directions. You might want to join the group All the fring that's fit to print and share your fringe experiences. Rivka
I look forward to connecting at the Capital Fringe Festival! I would love to trade ads in our show playbills or find some other way to cross-promote our shows. I copied the contact info off of your webpage and forwarded it to our producers. They should be contacting you about cross-promotion. Our show is called "Sex, Love & Vomit." Yours?
Glad you were able to join us at the Bay Area festival. I was familiar with your work from the SF Fringe, and I enjoyed the chance to hear more of your stories at the festival.
The staff is a little pie-eyed right now as you'd imagine, but we're getting a little more sleep now that we've started put this year to bed.
See you soon,
I too very much enjoyed meeting you and especially enjoyed your stories!!!!!!! I am sure we will see each other again, as the storytelling community (Family) is not soooo big! Maybe I'll give you a call when I'm up in Portland around the first of Aug. I also very much enjoyed meeting Kristen, and I wish you both a wonderful life together!!! So glad you enjoyed our festival! I'll be sending you that copy of the poem about the Dandielion.....sooon! Good...Stories...Elaine