Today there's an interview with an almost-new client. I worked with them years ago for basically what change they could find under the sofa cushions (plus tasty cookies), but this time it's all a little better funded and at a new address. Meanwhile, I've learned that the builder for another set will no longer be building - there's going to be a scramble to see how that gets done. Waiting on a director's phone call on a third show (I better nudge 'em, that deadline is approaching). A forth show has had a sad delay, but now a production meeting date is set... for which I need to get a sketch in gear. Oh! And I've accepted the offer of a favorite show in - wait for it - Prague! Cool, huh? You'll be hearing more about these shows: Mistakes Were Made; Boeing, Boeing; Ruth; Sweeney Todd; and the Dallas Theater Center's Summer Stage program.
Plus, of course, I've been figuring out income taxes. If you have your own business, taxes get, um, annoying. All those receipts! Mileage! (Man! I drive a lot of miles to theaters.) Calculating the exact square footage of the home studio versus the entire home in order to prorate the costs of electricity etc. as business versus personal costs... Taxes are very annoying. Especially if you replaced a car this year, as I had to. (Saga of Scenic Rides 1 & 2 HERE and, for those of you who find other people's struggles with taxes as funny as I do, here are last year's rants: Tax Rant #1, #2, and #3.)
That explains why there was no post yesterday: I was too annoyed!
Van Gogh's Almond Blossums, believed public domain image
But it's Spring! Easter almost. I'm feeling better - family and friends are well. The taxes look like they'll turn out okay. And the recent tornadoes that ripped through DFW spared my neighborhood. So life's good.