Had a nice 1-hour phone conversation with my director for "A Kreutzer Sonata" (that's the play about the Jewish student who is paired with the foxy chick to play the Beethoven Kreutzer), and the nicest news is that he really likes my play - calling it "dramatic, entertaining, and heart-warming." Who would have thunk it, "heart-warming" from an old curmudgeon like Sforzando.
Meanwhile, my artist-playwright friend from posts above is designing the logo for my production. In the words of my director: “I like the design, good use of contrast and gets the idea of the play across in a clear, colorful way.” The design is under my friend's copyright, but I'll link to it once it's posted on the theater's website.
Here's my friend's drawing (post of January 4), with some nice comments on my play. Well, now you know his name. No biggie. http://www.yaakovbressler.com/artwork.html
Here you'll see an earlier state before he lightened the background:http://www.yaakovbressler.com/whats-new
And here is a portrait of the artist as a young man:https://www.instagram.com/p/BOkJQdPD9uF/?taken-by=boss_yaakov