I'm sure you're looking forward to reading "Earnest". To the people on the waiting list: take heart, there are usually a few no-shows, at least you can laugh along with the comedy.
I wonder how we are doing on scripts? I have two from the SFPL, and am in the process of scanning one, so if you want to print up a copy or two, send me an e-mail with your e-dress.
There will be a note on the building door with a cell number to call for admittance.
I also want to tell you about "Equivocation", now playing at Marin Theatre Co., which could be a dark companion to "The Beard of Avon", which we enjoyed so much in February. In place of Amy Freed's bright comedy, Bill Cain depicts a member of the King's court trying to force Will Shagsper into writing a thriller about the infamous Gunpowder Plot - a terrorist attempt to blow up the House of Parliament while in full session, including his Majesty, the Catholic Scotsman King James I. It's a new play, first produced by the Oregon Shakespeare Festival, just now opened in New York: [http://theater.nytimes.com/2010/03/03/theater/reviews/03equivocation.html