Monday, June 12, 2006

Improv Matters

I wish I had more exciting things to report from the road, but time is passing quickly as we work in different venues and places along the way. The promotional work has overtaken the perfomance work of late. I have been able to see Debbie and the kids a lot so far...they spent the weekend at the hotel with me and we had my team over for dinner last night. I was very happy that Deb could meet them. It's the same old story and probably the deepest reason why I am an actor/improvisor...there is, generally speaking, an instant friendship, respect and understanding among fellow actors. This seems magnified among improvisors since trust is so important in the craft. I was glad to bring that feeling to my home for a few hours.

But...now begins the time away. Exactly one month as it turns out. A week in Dallas, Houston, Atlanta and Orlando. I fly home the morning of July 13,

Hopefully the next four weeks will move as quickly as the first three.

Peace from the journey...

6 comments:

Sherry said...

Just keep in contact with the family as Debb's encouraging words will help you through the time away. Oh, and camera phones help too. Keep up the great job Joe! It's fun to see you on the web site.

Labaweiler said...

You need anything for that special family. just ask!!!
We are here for you!
I can't take the miles away, but know you are being prayed for daily! See you in 30 days!
We need you back at Lifelines!!!!
Kris and Jon

Stefanovich said...

Luring talented people and weighing them down with busy work and tasks they aren't good at - welcome to the American corporate environment ;-)

Keep shining that ever so skeptical brainy light of yours. The radiance you left behind is still bright and ever so anxious for your return.

We miss you Joe!

Stefanovich said...

Luring talented people and weighing them down with busy work and tasks they aren't good at - welcome to the American corporate environment ;-)

Keep shining that ever so skeptical brainy light of yours. The radiance you left behind is still bright and ever so anxious for your return.

We miss you Joe!

nicki von Collenberg said...

Joe, wow it is so cool to see you as a bedhead! Much love to your family and we'll be praying for your stress level.
the von Collenbergs

Mary Ann said...

Yo Joe, There you were on Mapquest! I hope your adventures on the road end up in a one man monologue! Enjoy