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1. n, an inhabitant of Yonkers, NY
2. v, to live in Yonkers, NY. also YONK, YONKS, YONKED, YONKER, YONKING
3.adj YONKED descriptor of a person living or the act of living in Yonkers, NY, sometimes used in a pejorative sense.
EX: "We bought this old house and are re-habbing it--we are so yonked!"
4. n, YONKED a weblog that chronicles the life, trials, tribulations, and other of two lovebirds and their new child in an old house in Yonkers, NY.



Tuesday, August 29, 2006

The play is done! Long live the play!

Well, the play is over. It was a ragtag last minute dash to the finish to create the play (the first performance was also the first run-through without stopping!) Nevertheless, we got lots of great comments, a lot of people really seemed to dig my work, and I really enjoyed working with everybody in the play. So-- win, win, win.

Once again, it's very difficult to encapsulate this sprawling novel in a 2 hour play-- so not all of the complete stories of the characters I played were completely seen throughout the play. I highly recommend reading the book if you haven't.

Here are two photographs of myself in my various guises throughout the play:

As Colonel Kearney (pronounced, surprise, surpise, Carny): a Southern-fried P.T. Barnum. There is more than a passing resemblance to W.C. Fields.

As Buffo the Great, the leader of the clown troupe who over the course of the play slowly goes mad. I really like the hat and jacket that they found for me-- the nose, I made myself.

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