My review. You could talk about this play forever, and in fact, people are doing just that.
I have loved Judd Hirsch since Taxi. See him in Vermont at the Dorset Theatre. Read about it in my latest blog post. (Oh, and Tyne Daly and brother Tim are headed to NYC)
Posted in aging, small town, Theater, vermont, violence |
Tagged Dorset Theatre Festival, Dorset Vermont, Downstairs, I’m Not Rappaport, Judd Hirsch, Theresa Rebeck, Tim Daly, Tyne Daly |
Roomful of Teeth. I love the name. My latest.
White River Indie Films continues to bring top-notch films to the Upper Valley. Here is my latest about the upcoming documentary The Uncondemned, and a tribute to Howard Frank Mosher.
Posted in Film, small town, vermont, violence |
Tagged Howard Frank Mosher, Michael J. Fox, rape as war crime, Rip Torn, Rwanda, Tantoo Cardinal, The Uncondemned, war crimes, White River Indie Film, White River Junction VT |
One-person performances are difficult to do. Gordon Clapp knows how. My review of Robert Frost: This Verse Business at Northern Stage.
Posted in Northern Stage, Theater, vermont, violence |
Tagged Alexander Woodward, Birches, Gordon Clapp, Lee Viliesis, Mending Wall, Northern Stage, poetry, Rob Strong, Robert Frost, Robert Frost: This Verse Business, Robert Pickens, The Death of the Hired Man |
Antigone in Ferguson is coming to the Hopkins Center in Hanover NH on September 15 and 16. Sophocles, racism, Blue Lives Matter, gospel choirs as the Greek chorus. Here is a preview:
Posted in art, Crime, Dartmouth, Theater, violence |
Tagged Antigone, Antigone in Ferguson, Dartmouth College, Ferguson, gospel, Hopkins Center, Sophocles, Tracy Thoms, Zach Grenier |
Finally made my way to Pomfret to ArtisTree. There in a small, off the beaten path, Vermont town is an arts center with an exhibition of the works of 12 Syrian artists. Here’s my article, and a sneak peek:
Posted in Architecture, art, History, memory, photography, small town, Travel, vermont, violence |
Tagged Adrian Tans, ArtisTree, Chris Louras, Cultural Beheading, Humam Alsalim, Julie Nakazi, Khaled Youssef, Omar Shammah, Pomfret VT, Rami Bakhos, Rutland Welcomes, Syria, Syrian art, Syrian refugees |