Only 3 chances left to see My First Time. (ok, that sounded awkward)
My First Time, the 3rd show in what I refer to as my “Off-Broadway memory trilogy” (Altar Boyz (I was a part of a group called “The Holy Rollers”), and The Awesome 80s Prom (I went to high school in the 80s and was obsessed with John Hughes Movies) are the first two) will have its last performance on Friday, January 22nd.
Many thanks to the many that were in my cast of virgins over the years: Kathy Searle, Cydnee Welburn, Dana Watkins, Nate Williams, Vi Flaten, Emily McNamara, Natalie Knepp, Ian White, Bill Dawes, Josh White, Josh Heine, Marcel Simoneau, Josh Davis, Matt Seidman, Ryan Duncan as well as SM Jeremy Peay and crew members Lindsay Beecher, Mo Ahmed, and Eliza Johnson. (I should also thank all those naked peeps that appeared in the logo shot, including my main model, Tracy Weiler.)
And while I hate to see the show close, at least I can be proud to say that the show lasted a helluva lot longer than my own first time. 🙂
In fact, I guess there’s one more person I have to thank for the . . . uh . . . inspiration. I actually think she reads my blog. I was going to link to her facebook page, but that would just be creepy. (I’m kidding, I’m kidding.)
But . . . maybe we can get an anonymous comment out of her? Hmmm???
If you’re looking to reminisce about your own first time, or if you’re looking to have a “next time” with your current significant other, or if you’re just looking for some fun, I recommend you see My First Time before January 22nd. It plays on Friday nights at 10 PM at New World Stages, and there are only three shows left. And a portion of the proceeds benefit this great sex ed site, Scarleteen.com.
See it, and save some bucks by visiting here.
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