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Wednesday, February 25, 2004


NPR Bios - Carl Kasell
For some reason, I have a niggling suspicion that Carl Kasell is the voice behind that "Fuck" mp3 that was doing the rounds a couple of years ago, and which is often falsely attributed to Monty Python.

Tuesday, February 24, 2004

NPR : 'Amish in the City': Reality TV on UPN
Rene's piece on NPR

From email:
Thank you for your inquiry. We will be having tours then! I am not sure if it will be at 7:00 or 8:00, please contact me closer to your visit and I will be able to tell you all the details. Thank you for considering us, I know you will have a good time!
Cindy Codori Shultz
Owner
Sleepy Hollow of Gettysburg Candlelight Ghost Walks
Check us out at:
www.sleepyhollowofgettysburg.com

Tuesday, February 03, 2004

IDEAS FOR GETTYSBURG HOLIDAY

• Weekend of April 9/10/11 - Good Friday to Easter Sunday. Then we get Valentines Day and my birthday out of the way all at once.

• Stay at Farnsworth House Inn
401 Baltimore Street, Gettysburg, Pa • 717-334-8838
http://www.ghostvillage.com/encounters/2003/10062003.shtml
I've sent an email to them asking if they have April 9-11 free and available.

Sleepy Hollow Candlelight Walking Tour
433 Baltimore Street
717-337-9322
ghostwalks@desupernet.net
I've sent them an email asking if they do tours in April.

Ghosts of Gettysburg
There are tours are in April. The best night would be Saturday (full tour)

• Blue Parrot Bistro
35 Chambersburg St, Gettysburg 17325 · 717-337-3739
WITF member card Sun-Thurs only

• Centuries on the Square
One Lincoln Square, Gettysburg Hotel, Gettysburg 17325 · 717-337-2000

• Battle Theater, 571 Stolmwehr Ave (717) 334-6100
WITF 2-for-1 admission









It's Tuesday, but the days are flying by so quickly, I can only keep track by frequently opening my datebook. If there were a regular schedule of rehearsals and work, I might have a better chance, but the occurrence of rehearsals and WITF shifts seems to be happening at random (I have a full-day shift tomorrow because Diana is taking the day off, and I had last Thursday off to do Romeo and Juliet). I can't ever do two plays concurrently again. It looks likely that I will be able to manage it this time, but I live in constant fear that one director will ask me to do something that will anger ther other director. Time management is suddenly no longer based on skill, but luck. Or, at least, someone else's decisions. I am in a constant slight state of cringe.