At this moment I am recording a horribly embarrassing, self-indulgent, pretentious, any-other-pejorative-adjective-you-like voice memo podcast thing for the one person I care about most in the world. And that feels significant.

Written and performed by Lorenzo Landini

July 23rd and 24th, 2015

Ryan's Daughter Irish Pub (350 E 85th St)

Richard likes a girl he has never met. As any reasonable person would do, he talks about death. With horrendous disrespect to the fine tradition of existential dramatic monologues, When I Have Cancer in 30 Years is a snapshot of youth peering over the precipice while desperately trying to live in the now.