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Ad Libs: Yep, this makes 200 postings

Uploaded: Mar 31, 2010
Today's posting feels like a landmark: Mazel tov to me on my 200th Ad Libs post! Should I buy myself an anniversary present? I always forget. Is it paper this year, or pyrite?

To celebrate, since I am also an actress, all news in this posting will be about the theatah.

Some interesting video coming out of The Pear Avenue Theatre in Mountain View. Lately, the troupe has been posting promotional videos for its shows that are almost dreamlike in their creative use of atmospheric music. More enigmatic than informative, the videos are nonetheless compelling teases. The Pear's current production is Tony Kushner's "The Illusion" ...

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