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29 March 2007 @ 10:38 pm
only $20 for both the play and the concert tomarrow night.

i'm going, i'll take lots of pictures and the concert for everyone.

edit: pictures in the comments
27 February 2007 @ 03:00 pm
So if you haven't already seen (i.e. if you don't check playbill.com every hour on the hour), Adam's new films are the headlining news at playbill.com at the moment. RED LIGHT WINTER will be made into a film in the near future (Rapp will direct and write the screenplay). And BLACKBIRD will be making its debut at the South by Southwest Film Festival in Austin, TX. If anyone resides in the Austin area, buy your tickets post haste and please report back on the premiere. For more information, see playbill.com.
04 February 2007 @ 01:54 am
In case anyone missed Adam Rapp on American Theatre Wing's Working in the Theatre (The Playwright), you can download the podcast on iTunes. If you've never watched any of the ATW series, they're all extremely insightful and provide a great inside look at the NYC theater community.

Tickets are currently on sale for LOS ANGELES so if you live in the NYC area, don't miss your opportunity to see that one.
01 January 2007 @ 01:29 am

Hope it's all well and good with you all, but I have the flu and am in bed reading.

Reading "The Year of Endless Sorrows" by Adam, and found another not-so-fictional-Anthony-related quote:

On page 9:

The reality of this is as follows :

I'm excited to finish the book and see where I can find the "art-imitates-life" moments. I'm also VERY MUCH looking forward to the book reading/signing later this month. Although, will it be considered bad taste if I lug my entire collection for him to sign? *kidding* I think I'm bringing my copy of "Red Light Winter" as well, because it influenced me in many ways, and was a real challenge as an an actor. 

PS New journal so New intro---

29 December 2006 @ 12:18 pm
Just making sure that everyone knows:

Adam Rapp will be discussing his first adult novel, The Year of Endless Sorrows, on Monday, January 22nd at 7:00 PM at the Barnes & Noble Lincoln Triangle (1972 Broadway at 66th Street). There will be a book signing afterwards. The reading will be (as always) free. For more information, call 212-595-6859.

Feel free to e-mail me if you plan on going (vc2134(at)columbia.edu). I will, undoubtedly, be there.

Also: if anyone has finished the novel, please post your thoughts. I'll be posting later this week.
24 December 2006 @ 03:02 pm
I don't know how common-knowledge this is, but Adam Rapp's new book "The Year of Endless Sorrows" is coming out the day after Christmas. It is his first adult novel. I've been able to find it just about everywhere online so far but I don't know how easy it will be to find in actual stores. But if I get it, I will definitely let you guys know how it is!
19 September 2006 @ 11:40 am
Hey, Chicagoland locals! I have something for you!

Nocturne at McAninch Arts Center at College of DuPage (Glen Ellyn, IL)
Friday, Sep. 22 @ 8:00pm
Saturday, Sep. 23 @ 8:00pm
and 12 more dates (The last show date is October 14th.)
$27.00 - $30.00
Buffalo Theatre Ensemble Adam Rapp's critically acclaimed one man play Nocturne, which begins with the line "Fifteen years ago I killed my sister." The New York Times has described the play as a "hypnotic accumulation of words." The play's only character, "the son," is troubled by his failures and unable to accept his successes because his life has been changed forever by a single moment.

if you join gold star events, the price drops to $13.50 - $15.00. GSE is very handy as you get discount prices for buying your tickets through them and a weekly events summary of what's happening around you. Go ahead and follow this link to sign up; 'tis free! https://www.goldstarevents.com/join?p=F271714RP
Current Mood: happyhappy
24 August 2006 @ 12:23 pm
just ketting everyone know i started a street team and online street team for LESS the band, adam's band.
for those who have not heard LESS, you can listen to their music at lesstheband.com and myspace.com/lesstheband
if you would like to join the street team and help support the band, the page is myspace.com/lesstheband_streetteam
03 July 2006 @ 11:14 am
Saturday I found a very much new looking copy of Under the Wolf, Under the Dog at a local used bookstore, and bought it for $4. I am still getting over the shock of happiness.

(it shouldn't take long because the book = depressing)

(Anyone notice that the mother in the book has the same name as his mother?)
Current Mood: exhaustedexhausted
14 June 2006 @ 11:08 pm
Hi everybody! I just joined this community like 5 seconds ago. My name is Angela. =] I found out that Adam was a writer through Anthony's bios, etc. Well I've heard wonderful stuff about All about Adam's work. I was really happy when I found out that Adam written some books for young adults. Up until awhile ago, I thought he only wrote plays. SO today I was at the library & saw that Adam has some books at my library. I was intrigued enough to borrow one called, "Under the Wolf, Under the Dog." Has anybody here read it? Give a review that doesn't include spoilers? Anything? Thanks :D