Category: Theater

A Poem to Mitt, the Twit

A Poem to Mitt, the Twit

By OcJim A twit they do say, your Romney’s a twit, One day with the Britts, and they’re roiled to fits. His manner distasteful, his lies do offend, He appears robotic, since his body won’t bend. He must lie faster, than you can fact-check the truth, Getting any true statements is like pulling a tooth. The masses don’t know, he […]

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É o jeitinho brasileiro

É o jeitinho brasileiro

… in a nutshell, Brazil, and virtually every other country in Latin America, is a thriving, living, breathing community steeped in natural and social beauty, with an irrepressible spirit and admirable strength of will and determination to be the masters of their own destiny.

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The Homecoming Players Take On “8 the Play”

The Homecoming Players Take On “8 the Play”

The Homecoming Players in Ithaca, New York, for which I serve as artistic director, won a slot in the national series of staged readings of Dustin Lance Black’s new documentary play, 8, which we performed on August 10. We were thrilled to be part of this program, and a fine party we had. Our plan was to raise enough money […]

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