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Theatre's "Broken Business Model": An Open Letter to Dwayne Clarke, CEO

Dear Mr. Clarke:

I read the Stranger article about your play at ACT in Seattle. As a millionaire (billionaire?) CEO, it’s honestly touching that you wrote a play about your life-changing experiences in group therapy. 1,531 more words


Rehearsed Reading of EUDAEMONIA by Jerry Lieblich - March 5 2015

Concorde Theatre is hosting a rehearsed reading of Eudaemonia, a new play by American writer Jerry Lieblich

Eudaemonia is a wildly imaginative, strange, funny, and enchanting tale that depicts the crushing anxieties and deep-seated yearnings of youngsters in the city through a strikingly dream-like and transformative theatrical language. 302 more words

Concorde Theatre

Where Have I Been All This Time?

My dear readers,

Please forgive me for neglecting my blog for so long.  As I mentioned in a previous blog entry, my interest in most things burns fiercely and briefly, sputters out and is gone – usually dying when I realize that I, once again, have become a jack of another trade but will never be the master.  602 more words



Opportunity for Writers, Directors and Actors to take part in Wyong’s new short play festival.


Tantrum Youth Arts’ popular short play festival, Hissyfest, is being rolled out in Wyong, and there are opportunities galore for Central Coast based Writers, Directors and Actors to get involved. 449 more words

Central Coast NSW

Sarah Ruhl's Stage Directions

Dead Man’s Cell Phone Production Poster (Designed by: Linda Nichols)

Sarah Ruhl is the second most performed playwright in the United States — second only to the Bard his own self. 706 more words

Random Stuff I Dig

The Latest Happenings in My Beat

With the Brooklyn College semester a few weeks old, the beat is starting to pick up and more story ideas are beginning to prop up. Aside from the general weekly roll of events, I have gotten tip-offs on some story ideas. 510 more words

The Place That Is Not the Place: An Evening with Richard Maxwell

He’s been the darling of the experimental theater scene in New York for well over a decade. Last year he received the Spalding Gray Award, which honors genuinely maverick work in the theater. 1,039 more words