Clearly, the 45th presidential administration proved to be an unproductive time for my site and blog! I'm thrilled to pop back in as 2020 comes to a close, update and clean up a few things, and post a little update. I hope whenever and wherever this finds you, you and your loved ones are safe and well.
This was a wild year for everyone, every industry, every facet of life. Broadway and the theater industry took (and is taking) its hardest hit ever. If you can, please consider supporting the incredible artists who remain out of work through The Actors Fund and Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS.
There were many bright spots in this year for me, including getting to spend so much quality time with the person I love. I also visited Europe for the first time with a magical trip to Paris in January, we welcomed Secretary Hillary Rodham Clinton to Women's Day on Broadway, and I graduated with my MBA from the University of Massachusetts-Amherst.
Three of my favorite books of the year were The Vanishing Half, The Nickel Boys, and Red, White & Royal Blue. (I was a bit behind since most of my reading for the last two and a half years was MBA-related!)
One of my favorite articles of the year was about political and racial justice activism in the WNBA. If you can help support the Georgia runoffs with your money or time, please visit Tiedyen4Biden.
My favorite Broadway show that I saw before the shutdown was A Soldier's Play.
I remain hopeful we will be able to see each other and live theater again next year. Until next time, take good care.