so the holiday travelling all went well. almost missed my connecting flight from detroit to pgh b/c i decided at the last minute that i needed a coffee and the detroit airport is just big enough to make that a very long walk.
anyway, the question of the moment is thus: i'm working on a play w/ blankspace arts, tenatively titled "stop it" that's about censorship and, i would assume, artistic integity and other things of that ilk that everyone agrees is a generally good thing. oh, and we're developing the thing from scratch, which means no original script and no actually idea...yet. only most of the ideas and scenarios that have been developed seem to be trending towards "censorship sucks" and "artists are oppressed" and other things that may be well and good and even true, but make for pretty awful theatre. mostly, it just comes off as preaching or whining when i take it to its logical conclusion.
so if anyone has any ideas, send them along... matt had a couple he told me about in the airport, but i can't really remember the details.