A blog by John D. Nugent - Composer, Playwright, and Artistic Director of the Tennessee Independent Theatre Company
Friday, April 30, 2004
In order to keep everything in order, I started a journal last night for all th posts like the ones below (personal, that is).
Delusions and Table Salt, John Nugent's Personal Journal
posted by John at 4/30/2004 09:36:00 AM
Thursday, April 29, 2004
Once upon a time, in the western valleys of West Virginia, there was a town called Huntington. This city existed for one purpose: to slowly suck the souls from all who would enter its gaping jaws.
Sadly enough, it still exists.
I spent the day in Huntington cleaning out some of my storage building. Found my score of Aida, which brings me some relief. Now if only I could find my score of Tristan. Maybe next time. I have no desire to spend anothr day there as of yet.
Tomorrow, it's off to Parkersburg. And from there, back home.
posted by John at 4/29/2004 11:06:00 PM
Tuesday, April 27, 2004
In the middle of a MUCH deserved vacation. After a year, Dark Mission is finally complete (except for the orchestrations, which I shall do once I return to Tennessee).
Spent the weekend in Cleveland visiting Shannon, whom I have long decided to adopt as a little sister, but didn't get to go do anything as it rained all weekend and she had to work 9 hour days.
Stayed last night in Charleston with Tiff and Chris. Tiff and I sat down and played through the score of Kehde and Scarpelli's Romeo and Juliet for old time's sake. I miss that show, and every single member of CYAC from those days. If any of you ever read this, EMAIL ME!!!!!!!! PLEASE????????
Going tonight to heckle Jeff at his karaoke show....
Then, this weekend to Parkersburg to see Terry. We haven't hung out in several years.
Well, I'm in a very nostalgic mood right now, which is bad, because it always tends to trigger my Depression. Being melancholic sucks ass. Sooner or later, they'll have to hide the razor blades.
And above all, I miss my sweetie...
Normally, I know, I use this for entries over business, but I'm very introspective at the moment, so please bear with me.
And ANYONE from CYAC during the years i was with that company, PLEASE EMAIL!!!!!