“I’m done here!” said A Minister’s Wife director Michael Halberstam, before storming off set.
Bob was definitely a risk taker, although I don’t think he calibrated decisions in terms of risk. He tended to say, “What’s there to worry about?”
Morris’ dancers aren’t the usual ballet clones of perfection, but appear more like you and I on a particularly god-like day, making them seem more and more like a miracle.
Join Loni of Stark Insider TV as she heads on set at San Jose Stage. Anything can, and does, happen. Who said Twizzlers (oops, I mean, “licorice rope”) can’t be used as a horrific stage prop?
Like Copland, Gershwin was the foreigner who created American music, mirroring us back to ourselves.
“Marijuana is an addictive drug which produces in its users insanity, criminality, and death.”
Gesualdo is better known as a cuckold who killed his wife, her servant and her lover – a story that rates as prime operatic plot material.
How on earth she ends up showcasing her inner Zombie is a mystery likely solved only at the Federal level (hint: 1936).
Costumer designer Brandin Barón developed the true shocker – a 1970’s wardrobe that isn’t an affront to the dignity of the characters.
Shiok (pronounced ‘shook’ and meaning ‘feels good’ or in the context of food, ‘tingling tastebuds’) is a Singaporean restaurant tucked away on a small side street in downtown Menlo Park.