Archive: March 2001

I think I just created a new mask, Something I swore not to do ever again. About three years ago, I had a personality crisis, when I was pretending to be three differant people to three seperate groups, and I

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As you see below, the preview happened, and the reviews are in. Direct Hit. The play went down like… well… something that goes down Very Well Indeed. Project over. I shall never have to channel Robbie again. I probably will

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The play preview. We were also reviewed. I’ll post that when I find it 🙂

First performance is over. It went fantastically well, I did my lines, played the audience like a puppet, and enjoyed myself muchly. I have also updated Precious, so it scans better 🙂

So, Yesterday was the final rehearsal for the play. The second of two total run-thoughts. The play opens tonight at 19:30 for a magnificent two night stand at the Royalty Theatre, Sunderland. I’m slightly more confident about it today than

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Two days until the play, and Nick goes into panic. I don’t know my lines, but I’m close enough to them to be able to get the right lines in the wrong places. Which screws up not only yourself, but

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Is it me, or are these titles getting more and more abstract? Good Afternoon. I’ve been expecting you Life continues apace, Terra Incognita releases on the first of April, Play finishes on Thursday, and Two Weeks Until Easter. Meanwhile, a

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Once upon a time, a young man from Kent screwed up his life and went to study for a Higher National Diploma in Sunny Sunderland. A city in the far north of his country that had a reputation for being

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Part two of an as-yet-unnamed sequence In a castle somewhere in Arendia, a knight looks deeply into the eyes of the one person he has always desired. Finally, after so many years of waiting, he may act upon his desires.

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Oh dear. Previously in this diary, I have mentioned the Real World Group Project in various forms (The irrate telephone call, The Yellow Card, the Impossible Program (here, under “University”)) so now I will explain how this most strange of

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