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Last week I was super fortunate, thanks to a thoughtful and fellow theater-loving friend, to attend an evening with André Bishop discussing his many years as the Artistic Director for Lincoln Center. The crux of the conversation was to do with how he chooses what goes on his stages. Want to know his simple answer to this complicated question?Continue Reading

Laura Linney is able to memorize and deliver words in a most astounding and authentic fashion as she so remarkably demonstrates in her one-woman carefully constructed and brilliantly delivered performance in My Name is Lucy Barton. If you love Laura Linney, you must GO see her in this play. This post, however, is not about that performance. Rather it has to do with a story around the show. This post is about – eeh gads – karma…Continue Reading

Usually when I gather a group, I am more often than not experiencing the selected show/activity for the first time along with the group. This gives me a semi-free pass on my decision-making skills if whatever I selected is a bust. I love the freedom of a free pass. But sometimes I visit a place and then make the determination to bring the group back, like recently when a group of 25 of us made our way to the National Geographic Encounter: Ocean Odyssey…Continue Reading