Wednesday, September 26, 2007

Go JB!

Congratulations to Ms. Steinberg for being named one of Richmond's Top 40 Under 40! Well deserved! And here's a few more exclamation points to add to the ones in the article!!!

Also, here's how I condensed my thoughts about Mr. Marmalade in print. Check it out.

10 comments:

pnlkotula said...

Style isn't the only publication that will feature JB this week...

Jacquie O. said...

So true Lisa! And even though the Style piece is very nice...it needed to say more about JB! And she is not the best writer in the world I might add. Can't wait to see your write up on our star!

JB said...

Thanks Dave! I guess you got my check in the mail? :)

Robinitaface said...

Congrats, JB! I'm blessed to know some real go-getters around town! My brother-in-law, Ross Catrow, is on the list too!

Dave T said...

Check cashed and proceeds already blown on a Colt 45 tall boy! You rock JB!

Frank Creasy said...

A tall boy before lunch, Dave? You really HAVE gone back to college, haven't you???

Congratulations JB! No surprise at all, but it's really great to see an award for a lady who's as lovely offstage as she is onstage. Well deserved!

JB said...

Aww Frank - you make me blush. Congrats to you on all the great things I am hearing about "Thoreau". Do you know if there is a performance on a Sunday night or sometime when I can bring a group from "MOTW" to see it?

Frank Creasy said...

(Apologies, Dave, while we digress a moment for the guest of honor's inquiry...)

JB, thanks for the kind comment, though sorry to say "Thoreau" has Sunday afternoon matinees only, but no Sunday night shows. The only performances which don't conflict are two Friday student matinees on the 5th and 12th. If there's some keen interest, let me know and I'll see if Alex can accommodate. I know he's most grateful for the support thus far.

Dave T said...

You all can talk here all day! I'm glad for the traffic.

And by the way, it's tall boys before, during and after lunch around here! How do you think we computer geeks make it through the day?

hoosier steve said...

Congrats JB, a well deserved appreciation of your contributions to Richmond Theatre. I wish the article had been long enough to focus on more of what you have contributed, other performances (How I Learned to Drive for instance) but as I said well deserved.
See you in April.