Tag Archive: non-profit

It’s the end of theater as we know it.

I’m not a huge R.E.M. fan. I mean, I like the hits, but could never quite enjoy Micheal Stipe’s voice, as much as I loved his activism and persona. But I always loved… Continue reading

I don’t make plans.

Sometime during the last month, a friend was standing in my kitchen and asked me a question. I don’t remember who this friend is now, and that says less about my mental health… Continue reading

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It’s been a while since I’ve been in a cast in which I feel like I’m part of a sports team. The last time I can remember feeling like this was in Of… Continue reading

Should Art Be Sold; or, Is Patronage Patronizing. Lyceum #1.

When I arrived in Philadelphia in 1994, Cary Mazer was the theater critic for the City Paper. As I was drawn in to the theater community over the next several years, I was… Continue reading

PhillyInc: Creatively Robust | Philadelphia Inquirer | 12/21/2010

The slogan for my production company, White Pines Productions (see link on the right) is by Ralph Waldo Emerson: “A creative economy is the fuel of magnificence”. For evidence that I and my… Continue reading