Backstage graffiti from my show at Studio Roanoke

A close-up of the graffiti in the dressing room at Studio Roanoke.

At Studio Roanoke, the black box theatre in Roanoke, Va. which recently closed, the tradition was for actors and actresses to sign the wall in the dressing room — along with a key quote from the show.

Here’s the part of the wall dedicated to my show  “57 Hours in the House of Culture,”  which turned out to be the next-to-play show there. (The show was about the Moscow theatre siege of 2002.)

Kind of reminds me of the cover for The Rolling Stones’ originally wanted for their album  “Beggars Banquet.”

MORE ON “57 HOURS IN THE HOUSE OF CULTURE”:
* Photos from the show
* Audience reaction to the show
* Review: “It ain’t ‘Oklahoma!'”
* Congressman Goodlatte attends the show
* Review: “Most interactive show I’ve seen”
* Media interviews about the show
* The set takes shape
* Rehearsal photos
* Rehearsal begins
* The poster for the show

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