Monthly Archives: February 2007

Playwrights Who Matter

  JT Rogers  JT’s writing came to my attention by way of a simple unsolicited submission from his agent – John Buzzetti – who sent me a copy of White People. The writing immediately appealed to me: politically-charged, muscular, straightforward and ruthlessly honest. In spite of the potentially constraining structure of the play: three separate […]


 Bridget Connors Bridget is a joy to direct, investing all of herself in her work and seamlessly weaving together a flawless technique – voice, diction, physical work – and the emotional and intellectual architecture of the role she plays into a perfect whole. She has a terrific work ethic and she is a perfect lady. […]

Classical Music in Miami

I have always wanted to write about the arts. Through the years I’ve written a fair share of Director’s Notes that have appeared in theatre programs here and there, mostly ephemera. But I was always so busy being in the arts that I never found the time and space to step back, take a deep […]