A favorite childhood memory . . . Coming soon to Norwich VT. Here is a sneak peek.
Posted in Architecture, art, small town, Travel, vermont |
Tagged Brad Pitt, Fallingwater, Frank Lloyd Wright, Kaufman, Mill Run PA, Norwich Library, Norwich VT, Pittsburgh, Vermont Humanities Council |
Northern Stage has opened its 21st season with A Doll’s House. Here is my latest review from opening night. Get a ticket:
Posted in Northern Stage, Theater, Travel |
Tagged A Doll's House, Gordon Clapp, Hannah Chodos, Henrik Ibsen, Jeffries Thaiss, Matthew Cohn, Northern Stage, Olivia Gilliatt, White River Junction VT |
Upper Valley people in particular. AT DHMC THIS WEEK. This is a great film about end of life decision-making by Boston physician Atul Gawande. Jeff Shields, former dean of Vermont Law School, and his wife Genie Shields are included in this film.
Posted in age, aging, aging in place, death, Film, Health |
Tagged Atul Gawande, Being Mortal, Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center, DHMC, end of life decision-making, Genie Shields, Geoffrey Shields |
Kyle Abraham, MacArthur Genius, tonight only. Grab one of the remaining seats.
Posted in art, dance, Dartmouth, gender roles, love, memory, small town |
Tagged Dartmouth College, Dearest Home, Hanover NH, Hopkins Center, Kyle Abraham |
Put on your walking shoes and grab a cider donut. My latest piece on the Hood Downtown.
Posted in art, Dartmouth, Music, small town |
Tagged cider donut, Dartmouth College, Hanover NH, Hood Downtown, Hood Museum of Art, Jacob Kirkegaard, Jess Rowland, Julianne Swartz, Lou's Restaurant, Resonant Spaces, Susan B. Apel, Terry Adkins |
When it rains . . .my second lit mag publication of the year (and in the same week), with my mother and some deviled eggs making another appearance. From Persimmon Tree, just up:
I loved hearing, and writing about, this great news. A grant to support women in regional theater. Brava, Carol Dunne!
Posted in art, Northern Stage, small town, Theater, vermont, Women |
Tagged Barrette Center for the Arts, Carol Dunne, Cosmopolitan, Helen Gurley Brown, Northern Stage, Pussycat Foundation, regional theater, White River Junction VT, women in theater |
And so, woke this morning to find my piece, Tethered, published by Literary Mama. Here is the link:
Upper Valley folks: my latest post about the opening of Northern Stage’s 21st season:
Here is my latest review of a very moving exhibition at the AVA Gallery, just published at Delicious Line. As a child who dreamed of being a writer, I can relate. Here is the link: