we’ll find a place where there’s room to grow

Before you think this has turned into a Paul Williams Stalker Blog, let me give you a little bit of background. Matt Casarino (friend, playwright, singer-songwriter, performer and half of the band HOT BREAKFAST!) and I have been discussing the Paul Williams documentary, Still Alive. It stuck in our craw, collectively, as you might say.Continue reading “we’ll find a place where there’s room to grow”

Theatre Reviewing for Geniuses/Madpersons

There’s a weird error in my coding here. This is my punishment for blogging while away from my laptop. My point in the unavailable image was, be sincere and honest, and take notes afterwards in the margin of your program in a pub where no one from the show can see you do it. HaveContinue reading “Theatre Reviewing for Geniuses/Madpersons”

Mark Cofta’s CityPaper review

Mark Cofta followed up his CityPaper feature piece with a review that makes my heart grow three sizes. An incisive script builds on an intriguing what-if.  “WE THINK:  Friel’s incisive script builds on an intriguing what-if: not-so-closeted bad boy Orton (Doug Greene) and very closeted Epstein (Bob Stineman) certainly met when Orton wrote his never-produced BeatlesContinue reading “Mark Cofta’s CityPaper review”