It's been a great week so far at the All for One Theatre Festival. Today, JTA published a review of RASH and the background to the story. On Monday, I spoke on a great panel with RASH director Jen Nails, and two other performers and directors called Directing the Solo Show. Today I observed Matt Hoverman in action teaching a workshop called Telling Your Story: The Art of the Autobiographical Solo Show. Tomorrow RASH director Jen Nails teaches a workshop called Solo Show Boot Camp. You've got to click on that link just to see the great photo of Jen!
You have three more days to catch some of the other shows at AFOfest and of course, yours truly, will perform RASH a final time on closing night at 7pm on 20th November. Audience numbers are looking good and I'm really looking forward to it. Afterwards, I will see P.J. Walsh's solo play: Over There - Comedy is His Best Weapon if you want to join me. It will be an evening of war, although I know that Over There is supposed to be very funny and I'm sure having met P.J. that he will be wonderful to watch. Where will you be on Sunday night?