Monthly Archives: June 2013

Peter Pan’s Mother

There will be a reading of the play I took so long to write up at Cape Cod Repertory Company. Sometimes the value of a long life is made manifest when it takes many years for thought to come to … Continue reading

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The Possibilities of Green

It is the first official day of summer that is coming through my senses as green and shimmering in my sight. The sound elements are birds, insects, and slight blow of breeze. To say the day is beautiful is understatement. … Continue reading

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Mystics are not the property of Religion

I have been reading about Eleanora Duse who was called “The Mystic In the Theatre” by Eva Le Gallienne. Great pains were taken to describe mysticism as a wider sea that just that lapping up on religious shores. In the … Continue reading

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The Tonys

I use the Tony awards as inspiration every year to try and achieve the level such talented performers create, even if my stages are smaller. However, in the last two years I have turned off my television with some disgust … Continue reading

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Nureyev – A Flickering Flame

I just watched a video of Rudolf Nureyev’s last years. Years that slowly burnt down his solid talent like a persistent candle that would not surrender to the end of its source, but fed upon just the idea and not … Continue reading

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