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Lover and Banker, Enchanter and Provider

“Isn’t life disappointing?”  The line comes near the end of Yasujiro Ozu’s Tokyo Story, but it could just as well prove the mantra of every character in Clifford Odets’  470 more words


Bad Moon Rising: A Clifford Odets Revival, Limply Written, Hits the Stage

Clifford Odets was one of the theater’s leading voices of left-wing political socialism in the years between the Depression and World War II and a card-carrying Communist who was called before the infamous House of Un-American Activities Committee in 1952, when he named his friend Elia Kazan, an action that tortured him until he died prematurely in 1963 at age 57. 1,265 more words


Luise, Clifford and a Rocket to the Moon

It was exactly 78 years ago today (8th January) that Luise married the playwright Clifford Odets in a small affair at their home in Brentwood Hills, LA. 976 more words

My piano cover of Rocket to the Moon

Rocket to the Moon by Jim Brickman is one of my favorite piano pieces. Hope you enjoy my cover of the song! http://youtu.be/zT4aD4tCN7E