In 'Seascape,' evolution theory takes on water — My man is in town for a revival of his whacko play 'Seascape'. Albee explains evolution.... heh (2008)
Albee, Foote and Stoppard poised to take Broadway by storm, again. (2007)
I'm a longtime fan of Edward Albee.
Many years ago, Thomas Derrah, one of my favorite actors from Cambridge, MA based American Repertory Theatre, held a one-man production called "Albees Men". Albee has been know for his protrayls of strong women characters, and that lead to a well knnow play of character studies called "Albees Women". Well, Derrah thought why not focus on the great male characters as well? Good stuff. And when an artist friend asked me this year, "what do we do now?" once Robert Rauschenberg passed away.. I could only para-phrase Edward Albee: "What is gained is loss, what is gained is loss".
Boston Bazaar Bizarre — I go every year. 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008. Friends, Fun, Passion, Cards, Holiday Cash, Success, Wonderment, Crafty baby Bibs, Patches
Boston South End Open Studios — I go every year. ...2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008. Friends, Fun, Passion, Creaky, Wine, Paint on the floor, Hugs
The Shanghai art shop owner/seamstress was really a nice person. And her imaginative interpretation is a cut above.
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Summer time thoughts: "Beethoven is called a genius. But we need to be aware that his genius was based on incredibly strenous effort. It all comes down to hard work, to tenacious efforts. You cannot become a person of the highest caliber if you have a casual, easygoing attitude, thinking things will somehow fall into place. Accordingly, Beethoven's motto was "No day without a line." Every day without fail, he wrote music. He would not let a single day pass without working assiduously. Making persistent efforts each day is a source of tremendous strength." - DI