Albee Fine

When I started writing what I’m now affectionately referring to as “The Attic Play,” I was worried I was just reproducing Edward Albee’s bizarre, hilarious masterpiece “The Goat, or Who Is Sylvia?” The danger in this was that Idris is way more well-read than I am, so if I was thinking it, he definitely would catch on to it. My main objective this morning became to differentiate myself from Edward Albee.

However, while The Attic Play may be bizarre, it is neither hilarious nor a masterpiece at the moment, so I’m not too concerned. The storyline is progressing semi-well, and it’s looking like a different one from The Goat. But still–I’ve got a long way to go.

Love, Alec

Published by Alec '17

I'm a Denver native majoring in Theatre. I have a mole on my right cheekbone, I learned to juggle when I was ten and to unicycle when I was thirteen, and my favorite ice cream is Ben & Jerry's Cherry Garcia. I have personally seen the world's largest ball of yarn.