“A play like The Living pricks the conscience of the country. It is the reason I wanted to produce and direct it.”
The Dwight D. Eisenhower Memorial is the latest product of our heated social/political/cultural debates about America’s memorials and their vision of the country’s past, present, and future.
This fascinating book, and the rich literature of films and writings around it, have helped me feel a bit more positive about these shrunken times.
As amusing and informative as The Joe Rogan Experience can be, a few podcast interviews doth not an actual education make.
Not since Jimi Hendrix had there been such a game-changer for the electric six-string.
Throughout much of his career, Louis Armstrong negotiated a balance between being a “popular” artist and a jazz artist.
I’ve hated enough people,” Penny Arcade confessed, “I can’t hate anyone new until 2022.”
Keats is comfortable in that ambiguous space between reality and the imagination, and you will find no finer example of Romantic poetry when he fuses them in the language of an erotic dream.
In no way was the recognition that Ira Sullivan received commensurate with his skill.
Are our theaters indifferent, craven, or complicit? Take your pick.