He's ready to be over this -- so am I.
Last night I saw amazing evidence that we needn't be mired in post 9/11 bluster, bombast and bullshit forever. Would you believe it is possible to write a successful light comedy about how the family of an executive who escaped the World Trade Center lurches toward putting their lives back together? Deborah Zoe Laufer has done just that in "End Days," currently being produced at the Vineyard Playhouse. Here's a plot summary.
This isn't high art and probably wouldn't survive deep thought, but it is laugh-out-loud funny. We're beginning to heal, if we are willing.