Tuesday, January 26, 2010

My To-Do List

► Go see Henley Street’s “A Servant of Two Masters.” Reviews by Susan Haubenstock in the T-D and John Porter on WCVE have both been positive.

► Get an email address for Rich Griset, a new freelancer for Style who wrote up a online only review of Cadence’s “Fool for Love.”

► Break down and make an appointment to have the car fixed before it breaks down.

► Consider the pros-and-cons of Corbin Bleu joining the cast of “In the Heights,” including the potential degradation in production quality (con) and the potential increase in my ability to persuade members of my family to go see a show they know nothing about (pro).

► Work on convincing explanation to wife of the necessity for seeing “A View from the Bridge” starring the gorgeous Scarlett Johansson. Borrow from EW review that lauds Liev Shreiber’s performace.

► Consider possibility of greater success in convincing wife of necessity of seeing CAT's "Crimes of the Heart" with its cast of several beautiful, talented women, not just one.

► Reminisce about the carefree days spent watching “Pee Wee’s Playhouse” in the distant past.

► Be thankful for the exceptional experience that was the CenterStage LightsUp celebration this past weekend.


Frank Creasy said...

I loved Pee Wee's Playhouse! To think of the events that led to that show's demise, it really does seem quite innocent given political and celebrity misadventures in the years since Paul Reubens suffered his fall from grace.

Blue Ribbon to anyone who can list the movies being shown when Paul/Pee Wee was arrested! (No Googling allowed!)

Andrew Hamm said...

It disturbs me to no end that you know this, Frank.

Frank Creasy said...

And yet, Andrew, I can't name a single one of the Watchmen.

So does that make us about even?