Piggybacking Featured In The New York Times

As you know, I’m not a believer in the archaic 8 show a week model, especially for Off-Broadway shows.  The New York Times did a story on the current trend of sharing spaces Off-Broadway to relieve some of this burden and I was fortunate enough to be interviewed for the article.

The Times calls sharing spaces piggy-backing.  My press agent calls it bunk beds.

I call it Blind Windows.

That’s a reference to the fictional screenplay in Sunset Boulevard.  In Blind Windows, two people share the same apartment.  One works during the day, one during the night and they never meet . . . even though they share the same bed.

You know what’s better than being quoted in this article?  The two pictures of my shows!

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