This past Saturday, I was at the reception for a photography show featuring some Polaroids by Laura Miner. It was held in a former silverware factory in East Boston and most of the building is still empty. I walked through this one particular room and was reminded of playing video games in the 90’s, most specifically Goldeneye for Nintendo 64. The walls had some pillars behind them that caused them to stick out, but the room was generally flat and contained mostly repeating patterns with very little detail.
Well here you go, try to imagine shooting renegade Soviets in it:
One year ago today I took my first improv class. It was the first of 8, 3-hour long sessions in 5 days with the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre in New