These ladies are hilarious. The conversation also nicely touches on aspects of being a woman and building a creative career, while avoiding the forced “what challenges do you face as a woman doing X” question.


Theater! Thanks to Lilian and Mungo of SELF, I was tipped off to catch The Interminable Suicide of Gregory Church, by Daniel Kitson last year. A charming story that turned in on itself, it reminded me of lovely storytelling in The Tobolowsky Files.

His new play, It’s Always Right Now, Until it’s Later is a show about everything and nothing. It’s playing at St. Ann’s Warehouse through January 29. Tickets are $25.

Kitson will also be doing a couple night shows at Upright Citizens Brigade on Thursday, Jan. 19 and Thursday, Jan. 26. Tickets are $5.