It’s got Sinatra’s dulcet cool and Tharp’s kinetic heat baked in but still this puddin’ can’t rise.
Archives for April 22, 2012
Who knew there was such a lode of priceless, unheralded Eugene O’ Neill material out there, and just under our noses? The New York Neo-Futurists found it by digging in a place some of us are kicking ourselves for not thinking of.
Disney-Hyperion published a novel by Dave Barry and Ridley Pearson with this title, and it climbed to the NewYork Times best seller list. Disney Theatrical Productions president Thomas Schumacher discovered it while it was still in galleys, and its development has been guided by that organization ever since.
– George Fulginiti-Shakar received his first Helen Hayes Award in 1994 for Sound Design. He has since had 8 nominations for Musical Direction, and received 2 Awards; in 2007 for Cabaret and in 2011 for Oklahoma!, both at Arena Stage – I love the immediacy of theatre. The ‘live’ and ‘alive’ nature of it. Each […]