Jeremy's Weblog

I recently graduated from Harvard Law School. This is my weblog. It tries to be funny. E-mail me if you like it. For an index of what's lurking in the archives, sorted by category, click here.

Monday, February 28, 2005

Last year, at about this time, I plugged the law school parody show like this: "For anyone on the Harvard campus... check out the law school parody show, opening tonight and running through Saturday. I was one of eight writers; after all the meetings and read-throughs and revisions, I'm not even sure I know for certain which lines were mine and which weren't, not that it matters. It's a solid show. It's a two-hour musical comedy poking fun at law school life, students, and professors -- with some cool cameos by professors and some nice singing and dancing. Better than a movie, and only slightly more expensive."

I can do better than that this year, because, really, the show's a whole lot better this year than it was last year. I really do believe that, and it's not just because I'm a lot more involved than I was last year. I mean, I want to believe it's better than last year's show even if it isn't, because if it's not then I've wasted a good chunk of the past two months or so, but I really do think it's a much better show. Funnier. But the audience will be the judge. Opens next Tuesday, the 8th, and runs through Saturday the 12th. Tickets available in the Hark this week. Sit on the left side instead of the right, so you're not next to the band.

And now I've got rehearsal. Reading can wait. :)