Monthly Archives: January 2005

I’ve Been Unoriginal Before

A curse on you, comic author Andy Singer! I found Sartre’s play cold and depressing—so much so that I was inspired to write a parody of it, where Garcin, Inez and Estelle have a massive orgy. It ends with Garcin … Continue reading

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Fine Contributions to Dramatic History

This weblog has completed phase one of an update. Categories have been added. The permanent links are better. The feeds are no worse. But hopefully you haven’t noticed much of a change. Phase two is making you notice. I haven’t … Continue reading

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Your Own Private Abu Ghraib

Just now, in the shower: My mind turned from Alberto Gonzales to my own Muggled and the prospect of having your own, private Abu Ghraib. And that gives me an idea. For a musical?

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