I am thrilled to announce that I’ve been invited for membership in The Actors Center in New York. It is made up of a stunningly accomplished and talented group of people, and is a remarkable place to study and work. The current Artistic Director is J. Michael Miller, but the reins are being handed over to Ron Van Lieu, the current Chair of the Department of Drama at Yale University.
Many thanks to my friend John Rothman for nominating me, and to the Membership Committee for their consideration.
Onward to the further exploration of the craft!
I’m thrilled to announce that I’ll be guest blogging for The Interdependence Project on a bi-weekly basis. My first post, “Lessons in Timber,” under the my blog heading of “Visions and Revisions” went up yesterday.
I encourage everyone to check out the wonderful work Ethan Nichtern is doing over there.
And thank you to my friend and fellow blogger Jon Rubinstein for making the introduction.
Until then, here’s a thought for the day, from Oliver Wendell Holmes:
Many people die with their music still in them. Why is this so? Too often it is because they are always getting ready to live. Before they know it, time runs out.
“Z,” by Michael Thomas Ford, narrated by Edoardo Ballerini.
Listen to a sample here.