Browsing All posts tagged under »relationship with audience«

My Post For A Social Media Success Story: #2amt

June 6, 2011


I wrote a post for the the good folks at 2AMt. It starts like this: I’m not sure who coined the expression “boob tube” but its implication has always been clear to me: people who watch TV are boobs, simpletons, and lack common sense. Even as a kid, I never really understood this characterization of […]

Are You Having A Laugh? No, But Pool (No Water) Is Funny (And There Is A Difference), So Feel Free To Laugh!

May 8, 2009


Thursday night, I saw Evolution Theater’s Canadian premiere of Mark Ravenhill’s Pool (No Water). It is a good show and well worth seeing. The script is great; the decision to stage it in traverse is skillfully exploited; there are simple but effective set and lighting design choices; and the ensemble, on the whole, offers an effective performance — […]

Why Act? Like A Drug, Only Better.

April 2, 2009


I like to act. Correction. I love to act. The brute phenomenological experience of nailing it — even if only for a moment or two — is unmatched in my life except for a few other experiences. And, by few, I mean, “three others I can think of.” Moreover, of these, for me, acting is the […]


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