Let X got a great review in the Washington Post.
'Let X': Integral Inventiveness
By Nelson Pressley
Put on your math caps: Let X equal a play self-consciously taking itself apart before an audience as it continually redefines its terms of reality. Say that the play is about a playwright writing a play about a playwright, and the playwrights aggressively jockey for stewardship of the play as they...
So there's no excuse - if you're near DC go see the play:
Performances are Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays at 8 pm, Sundays at 9 pm. Opening night is April 27, and the show runs till May 7 -- that's only 8 performances, so I strongly suggest you get your tickets sooner rather than later. Admission is $10 at the door, and you can reserve seats by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or calling (202) 261-6612. The Mead Theatre Lab is at 916 G Street NW.
Rina Ayuyang (of creativeskin.net) sent me a great minicomic of hers Namby Pamby. I don't see where to order it on her site, but email her if you want it - and you do. It's really nice, with a great silkscreened cover.