Echoes by N. Richard Nash, is the story of two very real people who deeply love each other despite their struggles with mental illness.
Archives for July 5, 2017
This project began two summers ago, when a small group of actors, including myself, thought of devising a piece comparing the dramatic character of Shakespeare’s Macbeth with the life of the actual medieval King Macbeth. This turned out to be an interesting bit of fun, because the characters were really very different, but with just […]
Disney’s Beauty and the Beast may claim to be the “tale as old as time” but it has nothing on Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat. As Tim Rice’s accessible lyrics state, this through-sung musical takes place “way, way back many centuries ago, not long after the Bible began,” and comes from us from the […]
It is incredible that no one’s thought of pairing Godspell with the structure of “Saturday Night Live” before. I am sure I have just turned off a purist or two who might think such a combination is either blasphemous or just too darned wacky. But stay tuned, and I will tell you why it’s not.
For two years, I had performed my one-man show, Hey, Hey, LBJ! in San Francisco, on 42nd Street in New York, in Washington DC (where it got a rave review in the Washington Post), in New Orleans and in Sydney, Australia. Hey, Hey, LBJ! is about my year as an army combat correspondent in Vietnam, and […]
This play might help you feel better. If you’re anything like me, you’re in constant awe of people who can just, like, talk to other people. What in God’s name is that like– do these confident freaks visualize the course of conversations they’re about to spark? If so, are they not certain that every possible […]