Bill Roper (billroper) wrote,
Bill Roper

Dr. Knock

Bonnie and Sam gave us a season subscription to City Lit Theater Company today, so we were off to the show this afternoon to see Dr. Knock, a 1920s French play (in translation) that was an indictment of doctors who need to find something to treat whether it needs treating or not.

After the show, Sam, Bonnie, Jerry, Thomas, Anna, daisy_knotwise and I grabbed dinner at Gulliver's.

I've just gone over the ISFiC Press financials with shsilver and we think they're correct now, so they go off to our treasurer so he can file the taxes.

And now I can finally get back to our taxes...
Tags: musings, review, theater

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