The other day, I was at a friend's house for one of my writing group meetings, and I noticed this photo on her fridge:
It's a photo from the 2001 Theatre of NOTE production of my play Tonseisha. That's (the brilliant) Hugo Armstrong as Richard Brautigan and (the phenominal) Fay Kato as Akiko. (She was nominated for an Ovation Award.)
When I saw the photo on Jacqueline's fridge, I was like "why do you have a copy of this photo??? I don't have a copy of this photo?!? I WANT THIS PHOTO." And then Jacqueline looked at me like "calm down" and then she said, "don't worry, it's okay, you can have it." And then I shoved my eyes back into my head and I took the photo. (Thank you, j.)
Hugo and Fay were damned freaking good in this production and this photo just makes me happy, lookin' at it and thinking back on how good they were. I feel like a lucky dude, having had the chance to work with them. I love actors.