Tuesday, February 14, 1995

Performing at The Lamb's Church

I arrived in NYC in 1993, and my friend, Dorothy G. Ubben, is posting some great photos from the four years I lived at The Lamb's Church when it was on Times Square in a building designed by Stanford White (known for his iconic structures throughout the Eastern Seaboard). I lived on the sixth floor, above two Off-Broadway theatres, including the largest with 350 seats. I served the homeless lunches, and performed in several productions in both theatres and here in "The Grill Room."

I think the other performer's last name is Peach and she lived across the street above the Un Deux Trois Restaurant in apartment 2B. I never visited her, but I always thought it was cool for an actor to live in 2B (or not 2B. That is the question). I vaguely remember that piece because of the scroll. I think it took place in the Middle Ages... or the first century? I'm guessing on the year, but I'm basing the day on the hearts the bear in the upper right is holding.