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.
An incredibly sad start to week three of quarantine, losing the first person that I know to Coronavirus. Hoping that everyone is well and keeping safe.Continue reading “Actor’s Covid-19 Quarantine – Week Three – Still Alive”
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I was an actor and writer before the coronapocolypse. What happened to the show must go on? This isn’t the show I auditioned for. Second week of Quarantine and even an introvert can start to fray at the edges if left indoors alone for too long…