A blog for Boston

red crossIt seems senseless to write about producing drama today, when a real life drama with real life tragedies is happening just a few hundred miles from here, in my home state of Massachusetts.

So I’m not gonna.

Because today my thoughts and prayers are with the people who were there at the blast, as well as the family and friends of those affected.

And I know yours are too.

And if you are like me, and feel like you want to help, and are going a little stir crazy because you’re so far away, then make a donation to the Red Cross . . . or make a donation at your local Blood Bank.

But take a moment to think about Boston today, and how you can help.

And we’ll get back to blogging about Broadway tomorrow.

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