a word from Chad…

…and the word is:

Acceptance.

Comments (5) to “a word from Chad…”

  1. Break a leg tonight!! So excited to see this show reach Broadway. I know you& Heid are gonna kick some Theatre Ass!

  2. I was painting in my studio and just heard TNP on the radio on Fresh Air for the first time–what amazing music, what compelling fusions of diverse sources! Wish I was in NY to see the musical–I’ll have to buy the disks until I can get there. Wishing you great success on Broadway!

  3. Saw Passing Strange last week in March. Love the work of everyone. love all the new talent on b’way. hope everyone has a great life. brought my 88 year old ex Austrian Jewish father, 78 year old Romainian step-mom, 80 year old husband from Texas and they loved it. Am playing one of your disks. Love is the only way of life

  4. Hi to Stew & Heidi. I owned one of the “couches” you slept on in your SF days… You recall me and Bernie Kellman, we would see you guys anytime you were at Cafe DuNord. that’s an old chapter in my book. I have moved on and was sooo incredibly excited and happy to see you on Bway last weekend. My heart is buoyed by your success! And your music makes me dance. So there. Hoping you remember me… xoxo Joely J.

  5. Just saw the show–it was great, and I’ll be recommending it.

    Stew–this is a weird question, but did you make up the name of the 3rd grade teacher Mrs. Madeiros in the show, or did you go to school in Westchester (i.e., the L.A. neighborhood, not the New York county)? Seemed like an odd coincidence that a character in a B’way show had the same name as my brother Paul’s actual 3rd-grade teacher.

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