Mi culpa. I should have posted something earlier but have been networking with people about Alan’s passing. I had talked to Alan on Tuesday of last week and he was gone on Thursday. We were planning on going to see the play, “Company”, which is being broadcast in movie theatres this Wednesday, with a group of people.
For those of you on the board that have frequented the plays at the Fremont theatre and wish to pay your respects I promise to let you know when a memorial service will be held.
I am collecting the eulogies being posted here and elsewhere. They will be read by actors of Ray’s Pandemonium Theatre Company, where Alan has been called home for over a decade.
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Also, I had posted a photo I took in 2008 of Alan and Mageina Tovah after a Pandemonium Theatre Co. performance of FAHRENHEIT 451 at the Fremont Centre Theatre in South Pasadena. i'm attaching that photo here.
Rest in peace, dear friend ...
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