- My first show to judge for WATCH this year will be The Lion in Winter, followed by Sherlock Holmes: The Final Adventure.
Anderson, Heart of a Dog
“When L died, our teacher said, Every time you think of her, give something away, or, do something kind. And I said, Then I’d be giving things away non-stop. And he said, So?”
Author Archives: David Gorsline
ICYMI: An archive of conceptual designs for Metro’s system map by Massimo Vignelli.
Aspirational Inbox Zero. That’s my froggy voice, starting at 0:29.
Snaps from a long weekend in New York. It turns out that my hotel is in the flower district of Chelsea. A nicer streetscape look, when compared to most of the residential streets, which were covered in dead Christmas trees. … Continue reading
Perhaps the most frightening element is the lampshade that catches fire every night: props and animal wrangling on the set of The Ferryman.
Kenneth Lonergan accomplishes a feat of mimesis with his text for Gladys (the masterful Elaine May), who manages a genteelly unsuccessful art gallery on New York’s Waverly Place and who is gradually succumbing to dementia. It’s a work that calls … Continue reading
Maggie Jones offers a remembrance of Aiko Herzig Yoshinaga, archivist.
A beautiful one-frame visualization of the geology of the Mid-Atlantic by Kat Cantner, courtesy of Callan Bentley.
Some favorite authors and topics are the highlights this year, but no five-star titles. 2017’s list 2016’s list 2015’s list 2014’s list
Jackson [Pollock] had said, “I am nature.” In her paintings, Lee [Krasner] recognized nature as within us, without us, before us, and after us. As a continuum. As a religion. Humankind formed a part of it, but not nearly so … Continue reading
Much more fun in the field this year—and more learnings! I treated myself to upgraded binoculars. Patuxent River, Prince George’s County, Md., led by Stephanie Mason and Cathy Stragar The Glade, Reston, Fairfax County, Va. Cheverly parks, Prince George’s County, … Continue reading
Alex Vadukul limns Sir Shadow, artist of the Bowery’s Whitehouse Hotel. “A man with a million dollars doesn’t have what I have. “All that matters to me is the next poem,” he added. “The next drawing. And I have to … Continue reading
Timothy Semon, stage manager for the current production of Network, is onstage in a glass box. ᔥ ArtsJournal
Ten more shows to see this coming year! A new WATCH member company to visit (Annapolis Summer Garden Theatre) and some old standbys to judge. And four TBD’s. Goldman, The Lion in Winter Dietz, Sherlock Holmes: The Final Adventure Levin, … Continue reading
Much more traveling this year than usual! Overnight stays in 2018: Portsmouth, New Hampshire Lubec, Washington County, Maine Ellsworth, Hancock County, Maine Concord, Massachusetts Shepherdstown, Jefferson County, West Virginia 1 2 3 4 5 Skyland Resort, Shenandoah National Park, Virginia … Continue reading