Where I’ve Been and Where You Can Find me

Where You'll FInd Me Friday


Time does fly.

I’m afraid I’ve been a tad quiet lately. It’s not due to a lack of anything to talk about. I’ve seen some wonderful plays and concerts (Where do I even begin? One place: Stay away from “King Kong”),  screened some beautiful films (most recently On the Basis of Sex, which I can’t wait to talk about), read some memorable books (Eleanor Oliphant is Just Fine), watched some incredible new streaming TV shows (such as The Romanoffs) and Christmas movies (I have to say, Netflix is winning in this arena), and I’ve even managed to travel a bit.

I’ve thought about posting a zillion times since I last posted. Usually, when there is silence here, it is because I’m either mulling over this blog’s fate, writing elsewhere or having a mid-life crisis. In this case, it’s all of the three.

Nonetheless, I’m still here..and elsewhere. What can I tell you? I have a new job. I’m commuting into the city again for the first time in a while. My daughter is nearly 16. I came quite close to producing an important off-Broadway show. I am still doing important work for Neighbors for Refugees and continue to fight the fight all Americans are fighting right now.

I’m also obsessed with this song and video.

Here’s a list of some of my freelance articles and where I’ve been these last few months, first and foremost. See you on the other side and here very soon. I’m going on an amazing trip tonight, as a matter of fact, and I promise to report back.


Sleep in a Five-Star Hotel in Jerusalem’s The Inbal Hotel



Why every parent needs to see Boy Erased. Spoiler: The world desperately needs more understanding and compassion



Visiting Jamestown, New York: A Comedic Weekend Away

Five Great Things To Do With Kids in and Near NYC



Things to Do in Berlin with Kids

Top Ten Things to Do in Rome with Kids



The Inbal Jerusalem 



Marsha Mason on Being in the “Prime” of Her Career and Life as a Theater Director

Jocelyn Bioh on “School Girls: Or, the African Mean Girls Play” and Its Exploration of Colorism

Martha Conley on “Boy Erased”: Sharing Her Son’s Story and Being Played by Nicole Kidman

Martha Plimpton on How Non-Profit A is For Goes to Bat for Reproductive Rights

Abby Mueller of Broadway’s Beautiful Talks Playing a Rock Star Who Lives on Her Own Terms

Bonnie Milligan Talks Representation and Female Empowerment in Broadway’s “Head Over Heels”

Nicolette Robinson on Being the First WOC to Lead Broadway’s “Waitress”

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