Three parts sugar and one part spice, Coming Out Kinky follows one adventurous woman’s curious exploration of her sexuality. Written and Performed by Jean Franzblau and debuting at Santa Monica Playhouse Saturday, March 2, 2013 at 8:30 p.m. Playwright Jean Franzblau started off as a kid performer in Hollywood, Florida. After UCLA and a summer of study [...]
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“Entering into a conversation means not knowing what the other person is going to say. It means not knowing what will happen. It means not knowing what the consequences will be. Having an authentic conversation is the essence of learning and, I believe, it is the only way to make great art.” – Michael John [...]
Hilariously libidinal and sardonically subconscious post over at Kyle T. Wilson’s blog Frank’s Wild Lunch concerning a particularly annoying audience member at Redcat’s recent Wooster Group Show. Too damn funny. The “inner thoughts” portion might make a nice monologue for an aspiring actor. Are actors still “aspiring” these days…?
I’m all for it. Check out this post from Rob Kendt over at Wicked Stage (Hey, Rob wanna grab a coffee? I’m gonna be in your hood!). I especially like this proposal from Garrett Eisler at Playgoer: If I were running a theatre and Seven Jewish Children landed on my desk, I’d immediate issue commissions [...]