I'm Catfish. Nobody loves me but my mother
...and she could be jiving, too.
Look, I know that I’m crazy. Honest, I do. But c’mon, I can’t be the only one who’s bothered when I see somebody write “Ya” instead of “Yeah,” right?
Reblogged from tucson-interviewed
The first formal theatrical stage production in Tucson, Arizona has a story. Probably. I actually don’t know what it is. It’s not that I don’t care—it’s more a matter of skill and competency. Do you think you can do better? Go ahead, then. Try googling “First theatrical stage production in Tucson” and see what kind of results you get.
Oh, really? No, I wasn’t aware of that. Clearly I did not even bother to perform that search query. Look, friend, I’m not the theatre beat reporter, okay? I’m just a man named after a fish trying to do whatever it is that I’m doing.
I caught up with the subject of this interview as she worked the box office for Borderlands Theater’s production of Maria’s Circular Dance and Trash at the Zuzi Theater. She is a writer, actor, director, co-founder of the Something Something Writers Group, and not 14-years-old. Tucson Interviewed, this is Esther Blue Almazán interviewed…
Catfish: We should start and let everyone know for the sake of full disclosure that you and I do know each other
Posted my new interview tonight. You should check it out.