Quick update

Our initial run of Vaclav Havel's PROTEST was a success, selling out all our public shows at The Woodrow Wilson House, in DC, and at the Czech Cultural Center, in NYC. Performing the show for some in the audience who were survivors of the Prague Spring, and lived to see the Velvet Revolution, was both moving and humbling. We look forward to performing PROTEST again in DC and Prague, and possibly elsewhere.Elsewise on the agenda:• I'm co-writing a limited episodic series, which we ...

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Hello, Portland, My Old Home Town!

After rehearsing PROTEST in both NYC and DC, in August, I came out to Portland, Or., to meet with my wonderful agents at Ryan Artists, walk a lot in Forest Park as I work to get off book, for PROTEST, on what is virtually a 25 page monologue, and to see many old friends. It's been wonderful to walk and work under these old trees, out here.  I hope soon to do some bicycling and get to the beach.

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Mid-summer Update

It's been a wonderful summer thus far: my girlfriend and I spent ten days in Alaska, recharging ourselves on nearly-endless day light, great seafood, and outdoor adventures such as hiking up the Exit Glacier trail to the Harding Ice Field, kayaking a backcountry lake, and whale watching. Now I'm mostly back to work, starting rehearsals soon for PROTEST, by Vàclac Havel, in a production for The Alliance for New Music-Theatre and the Czech Embassy. I'm also making a two ...

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PROTEST, by Vàclav Havel

The ALLIANCE FOR NEW MUSIC-THEATRE will perform PROTEST, by Vàclav Havel, in a private audience at the Czech Ambassador's Residence, on September 26th, in public performance at the Robert Wilson House, on Sept. 28th., and in public performance at the Czech Cultural Center, in NYC, as part of the Havel Festival, on September 29th. After that, we  hope to move it into a regular run in DC (we're talking with the venue), before taking it to the Prague Fringe Festival, in 2017.

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