Friday, May 29, 2009

A Message To Messrs. Craig & Jackman

From: E. Myricks

Sent: Friday, May 29, 2009 9:51 AM
Subject: Something To Think About

Hey guys:

Saw the news in
Playbill. Very exciting! While I'm sure this "Rain" thing is fantastic, and, obviously, selling tix won't be a problem, I can't help but feel there are OTHER plays out there that would be EVEN MORE effective at pulling in your target audience (i.e. The Ladies from NJ).

Attached, please find the following scripts for your consideration:

· Tender Are the Shirtless
· Hold My Hand While I'm Dying of Something
· The Vagina Whisperer
· Mancakes & Sausage
· Deux Chefs!

Take a gander and let me know what you think. I realize I'm not exactly a Broadway insider, but I think I know a little something about theatre ... my plays have been seen by tens of people in upwards of two cities (Boston AND Cambridge).



Thursday, May 28, 2009

Print In Peril

From: E. Myricks
Thursday, May 28, 2009 3:40 PM

To: All Staff
Subject: Magazine Closings

Due to ongoing declines in ad revenue, the following underperforming titles will be shuttered as of June 1:
  • Tiger Teen
  • Smore Fancier
  • Awkward Lad
  • Modern Smelting
  • Invalidated Science Digest
  • Smug Cigar Chewer
  • Lies From London!
  • Autograph Fucker
  • Popular Skank
Many thanks to the entire staff for all their support over the years; excepting, of course, those in advertising who have killed us all and will never wipe clean the blood on their hands.



Friday, May 22, 2009

The Quiet Contest

Henry and his dad engage in an epic battle.

Thursday, May 7, 2009

Enter The Tetragon

Four-sided polygon to some, mere quadrilateral to others, but to a hearty few, The Tetragon is an unforgiving space in which limits are tested and foes are bested.