Flying for Fox Haven

Fox Haven is getting a chance to come outside and play again, this time in Minneapolis with Theatre Pro Rata. These are the wonderful people who produced Traveling Light in a real historic cemetery on a midsummer night, so I’m very excited to have Fox Haven be part of their reading series. I can’t wait to see what they do with it. I’m also excited to see their production of Elephant’s Graveyard tonight, written by George Brant and directed by Amber Bjork.

As I type this, with my index finger into my phone, I’m waiting in an extremely hot airport for my flight out West. The flight’s delayed, so I’m in that weird passenger lounge limbo, afraid to step away to use the bathroom, but afraid not to do it now while I can. Should have done it ten minutes ago.

Maybe I should have taken Amtrak. It would have taken thirty hours, but I’d have gotten some writing time, plus Amtrak is the best place to write these days.

Anyway. I am Minneapolis-bound, and really excited to work with Theater Pro Rata again. If I ever get out of this airport.