Friday, January 11, 2013
Virgin blogger Jerry just asked Veteran designer Cole Hornaday what his biggest obstacle was. "I've got to build a ship." Oh, so, easy stuff then. The ship is, of course, the eponymous vessel in Marcy Rebenyong's Voyage of the Singing Sally, a play that Jerry describes as an epic 10 minute play. Conversation quickly turns to the level of demand that the writers are asking of everyone today. It seems Mazen Award recipient Wayne Rawley has turned in the simplest (to tackle, at least) play in the evening, while Scot Augustson's is the most intricate. 90 minutes until the director's meeting, usually when things start ramping up.