I had nothing to do but lay on the couch in my jammies and watch "An Affair to Remember" - which is not a bad way to spend an afternoon, except that I had a headache and a fever!
Earlier in the week, I went to Lark Play Development Center to see a staged reading of Trista Baldwin's "Angel Fat". It's a good play - perhaps a little abstract; I think it will be easier to grasp when it's in a fully staged production with lights and set (particularly, lighting would help separate the "worlds" in this play, in my opinion). I really appreciated the language was handled so confidently by the actors. <-- That's proof to me that the writing just "makes sense" on a gut level. Also noteworthy: a few sex scenes were expertly directed by Daniella Topol. Sex scenes can be so hard (....bwah!) in a studio setting since the audience might be a little too close. However, I felt that she guided the actors so they didn't feel self-conscious. It was a difficult play - no one is 100% right or wrong. I love those kind of plays. Plus, I had a fun conversation with a friend after the show...and I love fun conversations after shows, too.