‘Me Inside Me’ Rides Again


Well, it’s week three for “Me Inside Me,” and we’re sold out AGAIN! At least online. Anyone still hoping to catch tonight’s show can check with the box office, though there are no guarantees.

And the sad thing is that, after tonight, we only have one more show left. Alas. It’s been a blast, though. I’ve loved watching how audiences react to our material, seeing the actors tweak their performances week after week.

And speaking of audiences, tonight I have an amazing group of girlfriends coming, friends who have been around to see the ups and downs over the past many years. Friends who have been there from the seeds of inklings of writing through this particular fruition, an outcome I couldn’t have imagined coming. It means a lot to share this moment with them, that they are taking the time from their extremely packed and hectic lives to head downtown and see the show.

One of those friends is a regular reader of this blog, and to her I say a very special thank you.

To all of my friends on this blog and in the blogosphere, I thank you too, for hanging in here with me, and watching this journey. Hmm, I should have saved that for the closing night post. Oh well.

If you can’t get to Chicago, but still want to check out the show, you can stream it live or watch it when it is archived; tickets are $6.

As they say in the biz (I assume. From TV and movies and the like), on with the show!

“Me Inside Me,” A Writing 6 Revue, Fridays 7:30 pm Jan. 8-29 at Donny’s Skybox at Second City. Click for Tickets.

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4 thoughts on “‘Me Inside Me’ Rides Again

  1. It’s hard to say goodbye to one of your children that has grown up and gone. It’s like we end up saying goodbye to things we love and birthed over and over again. But it’s good you have a strong support system.

    • Thank you! We really had an amazing time, and it was so great to have them there. And you’re right, this week is a little melancholy, with the final performance on Friday!

  2. 1710mama

    Please excuse me for my very tardy response…. but all I have to say is…It was my sincere pleasure!! Couldn’t have loved it more.

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