Live in Kornbluthia

I saw Josh Kornbluth‘s new piece, Love and Taxes at the Magic Theater in SF last night. It was hilarious. If you haven’t seen his work before, check out the movie Haiku Tunnel, or read Red Diaper Baby, a collection of monologues. This autobiographical piece was all about Josh’s adventures in paying his taxes, from not filing 7 years in a row, to getting his big break only to find he owed $27,000, and beyond. And of course, love. Who can forget love? The Magic Theater is a pretty cool place, and I had never been. It’s where a lot of Sam Shepard plays were premiered, like Buried Child. Which I should also read.

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