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Sunday, March 22, 2009

The theater is not dead, althought it does resemble deadwood.


new york is a brat, constantly demanding the full attention of it's inhabitants. It can be tricky to focus at times. As far as I can tell, the best coping mechanism is to find some little pocket to spend some time. Recently, I discovered the inside of theater can be the perfect calming place.

This weekend my dad was my theater date. Our second sunday show 'God of Carnage' was a hilariously dark look at two sets of parents doing what parents do best: defending their children and being totally crazy. It's filled with quick dialogue, perfect timing, physical comedy, and awkward silences.

We weren't the only ones who enjoyed it.


jane fonda and barbara walters seems to be enjoying themselves.

more 30 rock characters.

carmela saprano was so sweet.


ya that's myruphy brown posing with dad.


martha, martha, martha. stewart.

my dad is cooler than your dad.


lara said...

much much cooler.
luckily he's taken me in as one of his own.

BBQ said...

I wouldn't call him a God Of Carnage, but he's pretty cool.

teen witch said...

my dad is cool and ah-mazing. but i would put them both way up there.

i love these photos...such a funny crowd!

Anonymous said...

wow! u basically caught every star over 60 in new york...what other city does that happen in? i'm gonna look back at this bizblog in twenty years and get alot of pleasure and fond remembrances...long live the biz and gotta love BBQ manic dancing machine

Genevieve said...

OMG! how on earth did you guys get tickets to this? this is way too good! jeff is amazing!

ps. jack's mom from 30 rock is wearing the cutest outfit ever!

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benny said...

He most certainly is, probably ten fold.
Tell Dr. J that his presence is missed at good old 12A.

Anonymous said...

Barbar Wawa

liza101 said...

I love that you go to the theatre, if you ever want to write something for the EAP we'd love it... miss you both!

Anonymous said...

Looks like Samantha Mathis likes to sneak into pictures while not killing River Phoenix.

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