My stage debut

How’s your Halloween weekend shaping up? If you have no plans for next Friday night, come see me in “The Big Broadcast of 1946,” a live radio extravaganza at the Somerville Theater in Davis Square. The show runs October 28-31 (Thursday through Saturday evenings; Sunday matinee) and the Friday, October 29 performance will star your very own Miss Conduct in the illustrious role of “Bar Patron.” (Since the show is set in 1946, I’ll be rocking the Rosie the Riveter look.)

Tickets are $15 in advance and $20 at the door.

Except for the two comps I have, which are free! I’m going to give these to the first person who asks. The tickets are good for any performance, though of course I hope you’ll come see mine!. And, on the honor system, if you’ve won tickets before, let someone else have a chance. (If they’re not gone in a day or two I’ll open it up to everyone.)

And if you have no plans on Halloween night itself, come to W00tstock! Mr. Improbable will be an entertainer there, and I’ll be in my flapper gear. We’re not quite sure what W00tstock is, but we’re looking forward to it!

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7 Responses to My stage debut

  1. Amy C. says:

    I won tickets sometime last year, so I can’t say it’d be fair to get them, but oh I wish I could! I hope whoever does has a good time. :)

    Break a leg, Miss C!

  2. Colleen says:

    Oh, I’d love a set! I was thinking of going anyway, so if I get a free pair maybe I can use them to convince some of my broker friends to come along.

  3. Colleen says:

    …”broker” here meaning “more broke,” not “works in the stock market.” It was totally clear in my head, but I’m not sure it’s obvious in writing.

  4. Robin says:

    Great, Colleen! E-mail me at, and I’ll get it set up.

  5. Shulamuth says:

    Robin, you are generally the only reason I sometimes regret living on the Left Coast. Sounds like great fun.

  6. N J Gill says:

    But…I saw you on stage at the Iggies (via YouTube). This will be your ACTING debut, right?

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