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44 / M / Straight / Single
- Last Online
- Yesterday – 6:49pm
- 6′ 2″ (1.88m).
- Body Type
- Not at all
- Other and somewhat serious about it
- Capricorn and it’s fun to think about
- Graduated from masters program
- Executive / Management
- Doesn’t want kids
- Likes dogs and likes cats
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Fortunately I have found an outlet for theatre both at work and in the theatre community. I often accept after-work jobs with community colleges and local professional theatre groups to direct or design at some level. I take on these kinds of jobs regularly and I think it grounds my artistic drive.
I can fix just about anything around my house. When I visit family and friends, I almost always end up under the sink fixing a faucet or repairing a lamp that doesn’t work anymore. As I lay with my head in their kitchen cabinet, I frequently wonder how “we ought to have you over” turns into a home renovation show with me as the host. It’s like my little rendition of “America’s Dirtiest Jobs.” (Which is, I should admit, a show I love) I do the same thing at work with the many problems that turn up with that sort of business.
The bottom line is, I love to do stuff. And am almost always working on a project. As I have gotten older, I have begun to enjoy just sitting in my recliner, cat in lap, watching mindless TV after a long day a work as well.
People say I often use humor to engage people in conversation and put them at ease. I guess I do. The truth is, the humor is aimed at putting myself at ease. The rest is simply unintended, positive consequences of a self-preserving instinct.
I love interesting, complex theatre and musicals. I think that all of Sondheim’s work is amazing. I particularly loved “Nine” and “Chicago”. I also really enjoyed “Hedwig and the Angry Inch”.
As for books, I’ve loved anything by Isabel Allende, Barbara Kingsolver, Anne Tyler. I try to reread “Loving What Is”, ”The Way of Transition”, and “The Four Agreements” often. They have powerful ideas in them.
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