A propos of “The Good Faith,” the play I’ve been rehearsing:

Q: Why don’t The Sopranos like Jehovah’s Witnesses?
A: The Sopranos don’t like any witnesses.

“The Good Faith” is by Harold Dean James and it opens at La Mama ETC on November 20th, which certainly is closer than it was last week, so probably I should learn my lines. It’s a musical parable about a Jehovah’s Witness (no, I’m Jewish, but thanks for asking) who goes through hell, so to speak, to reach his vision of heaven – but you really can read all about it at that link.

For those of you watching at home, this has been a shameless plug. But surely you’ve heard about the driven dyslexic bluesman who went down to the crossroads and sold his soul to Santa . . . ?

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The man behind the curtain. But couldn't we get a nicer curtain?
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