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InViolet: You and the dreamy Marguerite Stimpson are the brains and beauty behind InViolet’s Second Monday Social. How has that whole process been for you? Oh, and did you plan to make out with Marguerite at our Valentine’s event ahead of time, or were you simply gripped by a sudden overwhelming passion in the moment?
Bixby: I have been planning to make out with Marguerite for years! Who wouldn’t want to make out with Marguerite Stimpson. In fact, Valentine’s Day was supposed to be the first phase of my multi-phase plan to steal her away from her husband Gerry. #watchoutgerry Ok, back on topic. Second Monday Social has been an amazing experience and I love working with Marguerite to create this “thing” every month. It is this big mosh pit of creativity and community and energy that happens every second Monday of the month and it has really taken on a life of its own.
To tell you the truth I can’t really tell you when we decided to do this. I do know that Marguerite came up with the idea during our InViolet “Notes Day” where we talked and strategized about the future of the company. When she said it in the meeting I knew instantly that we, as a company, needed to do this. Then some point later we decided to make it happen. We just chatted and fleshed things out, looked at spaces (we were so lucky to land District Social which hosts us each month) and then we worked on it with Michael and Angela (co-artistic directors of InViolet) and then we launched last year. From the beginning it was a smash! In May 2017 it will be our 1-year anniversary and I can’t wait to see what the second year of second Mondays will bring! (um, that’s a tongue twister)
InViolet: InViolet produced the World Premiere of your play Sommerfugl last year, which told the story of Lili Elbe, the first person to undergo gender reassignment surgery. Tell us about the process of bringing that play to the stage. Do you have future hopes and plans for the play?
Bixby: Wow! What a great experience. Truly. It is a play that was such a challenge for me to write and a real departure for me…and to have InViolet take the risk to produce this piece and support the play was extremely powerful and I am so grateful. I got to work with incredible actors, one of my favorite directors in NYC (Stephen Bracket), the design team was OFF THE CHARTS and Angela and Michael and all of InViolet produced the heck out of it. I do hope the play will have a life outside of NYC – there are some theaters that are looking at it and a college has asked to see it (I would love a college theater program to tackle the show)!
InViolet: You and fellow member Erin Mallon are co-curators of The Brooklyn Generator, a collective of playwrights who “write new plays in less-than-30-days.” You are the BG Playwright of the Month for March! Word on the street is that you’re writing a “big gay love story.” How’s it going? When is the reading?
Bixby: Writing plays is hard! I am in that deep panic phase of the month. The deadline is looming large and the play is very small and I am wondering if I should purchase a one way ticket to Sweden and change my name to Sven and open a business selling Swedish Fish and just disappear from the face of the earth. That all seems easier than finishing this play! BUT I have the experience of having done this 4 times before and I have faith that I will finish and that I will get something out of me that I have been dying to express and that will be helpful no matter what!
I do have to make a plug for the Brooklyn Generator. It has been one of the great experiences of my life. I am so blessed to get to do this thing with the talented and wonderful Erin Mallon (my theater wife) and to help support writers in the creation of full-length plays. Yes, I get to write a play each season, but I also get to watch all these other writers create these amazing, brilliant, funny, moving plays in less than 30 days.
If you want to see more come check out my reading on Sunday March 26th at 4:30pm at Jimmy’s #43.
InViolet: You work at “The Google.” Are the stories of nap pods, unlimited free smoothies and constant scootering through the halls to be believed? But seriously Google is making lots of beautiful headlines these days for the way they constantly advocate for Human Rights. What’s it like spending time there?
Bixby: Working at Google has changed my life. Look, I don’t want a day job – but if I have to have one (and I do) I found the very best place to work. There are a ton of amazing things about working there (free food, nap pods, etc.) but all that pales in comparison to two things: 1) working side by side with people who are incredibly smart, generous, talented, dedicated and kind; working to make the world a better place in innumerable ways and 2) working for a company that takes action each and every day (in big and small ways) to create a world that is more open and tolerant and where diversity and equality are a number one priority. That stuff makes it a whole lot easier to go to work in the morning.

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