New PETER AND THE STARCATCHER National Tour Kicks Off Tonight

Peter and the Starcatcher stage posterRead the article here.

New Haven, CT…January 29-February 1
Munice, IN..February 4
Toledo, OH…February 5
Lexington, KY…February 6-8
Columbus, GA…February 9
Niceville, FL…February 10
Sarasota, FL…February 12
Springfield, IL…February 15
Wilmington, DE…February 17-22
Broken Arrow, OK…February 24
Fort Collins, CO February 26-28
Avon, CO…March 1
Baton Rouge, LA…March 3
Opelika, AL…March 4
Clemson, SC…March 5
Huntsville, AL…March 6-8
Morganton, NC…March 9
Raleigh, NC…March 10-15
Bangor, ME…March 17
Bethlehem, PA…March 18
New Bedford, MA…March 20
Schenectady, NY…March 21
Lincoln, NE…March 23
Sioux Falls, SD…March 24-25
New Philadelphia, OH…March 27
Flint, MI…March 28
Kalamazoo, MI…March 29
Davenport, IA…March 30
Kansas City, MO…March 31-April 5
Manhattan, KS…April 6
Peoria, IL April 7-8
West Lafayette, IN…April 9
Wilkes-Barre, PA…April 11
West Point, NY…April 12
Burlington, VT…April 14

For tickets click here

Make sense?

I wonder if this makes sense to anyone but me? The two tabs open on my Internet browser are Tribes and Religions of Kenya, and Sherlock Holmes Wiki page … both are hints of things to come.

American Sniper

AMERICAN-SNIPER

From the opening scene to the closing, American Sniper is so present, so real, that I was in the scenes with the actors. I am so used to seeing movies through the lens of a writer — I “see” the script (seriously, I do!), I study camera angles, music choice, and sets. In American Sniper I walked out for the first time in forever realizing I’d seen none of that. I had instead been firmly rooted in a powerful, gutsy movie about life and death decisions, the pain of war, and the ambivalence of the human heart. Although tough and difficult to watch at times, it’s a film (not a movie) I highly recommend.

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