Alright, alright, yes, it's my birthday. No need to make a fuss.
Now that that's out of the way...
We all hope, when the day finally arrives, to shuffle off this mortal coil surrounded by loved ones. For Ruth Wooster, this was not exactly the case. Today's episode, "Exit," was written by Rikki Schwartz and performed by Joel Scher.
Rikki Schwartz has been acting and directing for Michigan theatre companies for over 30 years. About 18 years ago, her love for the footlights led to a passion for playwriting…and a new “supporting role” was born. Since then, she has written three full-length plays, as well as dozens of short plays and monologues. Rikki’s work has been produced at over 25 theatres, megachurches, podcasts and festivals across the U.S. and Europe.
Los Angeles-based, Joel Scher been a member of the award-winning Theatre of NOTE since 2006. Some of his most memorable theatrical experiences at NOTE have been: He Asked for It (ensemble cast LA Weekly nom.), Holy Ghost, Eat The Runt, The Invisible Play, Supper (nom. Best Actor Comedy stage Raw), and recently Marion or the True Tale of Robin Hood. Earlier in 2018 he appeared in the hit show The Art Couple at Sacred Fools Theater.