Haven’t posted in a bit, because I’ve been tied up with the opening and production of my very first full-length stage play! “Ear” opened last week at Space 55, and it’s been going very well so far. The theatre’s gotten a fair amount of press recently, which I’ll share over the next few days.
The best writing on us, by far, was done by KJZZ’s Stina Sieg. You may have heard her broadcast yesterday on NPR, AZ locals.
KJZZ: Future Uncertain For Space 55, A Home To Off-Beat Theater In Phoenix
This Saturday at the Phoenix Center for the Arts the folks at No Festival Required will screening the Rural Route Film Festival’s “Best of 2016-2017” short films collection. I caught a sneak preview of them and they were outstanding. Here’s my review of the program for Phoenix New Times.
Phoenix New Times: This Saturday’s Your Chance to See the Best of Rural Route Film Festival
My latest piece for the fine folks at Runt Of The Web is a cautionary tale about what happens when setting up a wedding registry goes horribly, horribly wrong.
Runt Of The Web: Couple Trying To Set Up Wedding Registry Accidentally End Up On Sex Offender Registry
For this edition of FilmBar’s FilmBlog, I take a look Scorsese’s black comedy “The King of Comedy”.
FilmBar: A Glowing, Radiant Day In Your Life: “The King of Comedy”
My latest piece for the Phoenix New Times is a list of ladies who know how to bring the noise.
Phoenix New Times: 7 Women Noise Musicians You Need To Know
Last night I saw Alice Cooper, Deep Purple, and The Edgar Winter Band rock out at Ak-Chin Pavilion in Phoenix. Here’s my review of the show for Phoenix New Times.
Phoenix New Times: Alice Cooper Made Heads Roll At Ak-Chin Pavilion In Phoenix