Playwrighting in the time of Cholera
On the playwrighting/making front, I've completed a working draft of a new one-person mime/theatre piece, Bulfinch's Mythology, based on the life of the 1880s Boston based Latinist who made his famous translations of the myths. He at once bowdlerized the hell out of them and was an anti-homosexual activist - and also was a 'confirmed bachelor' who published a memorium to a young male student of his who died and had himself buried beside him. Sound fishy? Hell yeah.