It ain't just for the ambitious and accomplished anymore. Verily, I've been a writing fool this week. Thursday saw the publication of my Mika review in the Paper of Record, plus a write-up of Garbage Warrior, a terriffic film about a rebel sustainable-housing pioneer (!) that made its U.S. bow at SilverDocs this week. Yesterday I had three more pieces on DCist: Reviews of another pair of SilverDocs, Stand Up: Muslim-American Comics Come of Age and 14 Women, plus a preview of a Phillips Collection exhibition that opens today.
Next week, the action continues. My review of the first of three Last Train Home shows at IOTA this weekend is scheduled to run in the Paper of Record on Monday. I'll have a piece about Dead's Man's Cell Phone, the brand-new Sarah Ruhl play at Woolly Mammoth, on DCist Tuesday, probably, and Wednesday I should have a review of Pink Martini's Monday-night Wolf Trap gig in the Paper of Record.