NYTheaterGuide.com called this “easily one of the best shows currently in New York.” And now it’s moved with the same cast to a larger theater – just in case you missed it the first time…
Fourteen lines of ambling iambic, most often pent up in a pentameter, but occasionally not – read by the author and shown in stylish video. The poetry reading goes digital.
My solo-produced film, Revel’s Rivals, won the award for “Best Animated Feature” at the 2012 Louisville International Festival of Film. You can watch the opening scenes right here.
Over the past four years, three movies about making movies have won the Oscar for the Best Picture. That list includes The Artist (2011), Argo (2012) and Birdman (2014). 12 Years a Slave broke the cycle in 2013. I have never been a fan of movies about people who make movies, novels about novelists, TV […]
It’s easy to suppose as you get older that there is less to discover – fewer writers and painters, poets and musicians, sculptors and so forth. The world of arts and artists becomes a land of the known, and the fertility and mystery of the creative field begins to feel like it has been harvested […]