Not sure what is going on with Coronapocolypse now. We can go out and see people, but only one person, and only if we know them and stand two meters apart. If we don’t work at home, we should go to work, and see lots of people we don’t know, and we won’t be two meters apart.
On my blog, I start each new Coronapocolypse week with ‘Still Alive’. I’m glad I still am, because it would be really embarressing otherwise. No one knows my login details so I would remain ‘Still Alive’ until my webhosting ran out and the plug was pulled on my virtual world of waffle.
There is so much quality theatre available online for free right now that I am struggling to keep up. Birds are singing in the streets, which are quiet and relatively car-free and the air is cleaner, which is glorious. I have lots of writing plans this week. The Celeraic seeds have just sprouted and I am really beginning to wish that we will not have to go back to ‘normal’.Continue reading “Actor’s Covid-19 Quarantine – Week Six – Still Alive”
Week five and things are getting serious. I have painted almost all the things I can paint, cleaned the things I can be bothered to clean, moved things, replaced things and hung stuff up. I’ve even started working on the garden to plant some veg. Now, I think it’s time for me to get back to the real work. As far as I can in the Coronapocolypse…Continue reading “Actor’s Covid-19 Quarantine – Week Five – Still Alive”
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I should have been in rehearsals for the next stage production this month. Also it’s becoming challenging to see how far I can stretch the last of the invoices from my pre-Coronapocolyspe assignments last month. No crisis help from the government in the UK for self-employed creative practitioners.