Tonight Julie and I went out to a play in Mill Valley called ‘Fortune’ that was a simple 2-hour, 2-act, 2-performer play that was funny, engaging and emotionally touching. I keep forgetting how much I really love going out to the theater, and yet I just don’t seem to make it a priority in my life. Other than seeing Mark recently in ‘The Princess Bride’, I haven’t seen any live theater in several years. There’s something viceral and magical about the interchange between stage actor and audience, and the fact that a stage performance is different every single time it’s performed, with no second takes or time-outs. I hope to someday (after Isaac is old enough) to incorporate theater into our regular schedule. I find the experience is quite nourishing to the creative self.