I attended my first LoNyLa lab session today:  a very unique reading of Anne Garcia-Romero's outstanding new play, Paloma.  I say the reading was unique because the first half of the play was presented by a cast of three and director in New York and broadcast to "hubs" in London and L.A.  We then took a 10 minute break and the L.A. cast of three and director took over the second half of the play.  This was followed by a feedback session over Skype with the playwright in one location and LoNyLa members in London, New York, L.A. and a few other locations.  Very high tech and very cool.  In May I'll be directing one half of UK playwright Paul Charlton's Something to Hold.