The Never-Say-Die Appeal of Live Art

The making of theatre starts with a blank piece of paper (well okay, maybe a computer screen). Then someone corrupts that virginal document by putting words on it. In the rare event that all goes well, those words will eventually be spoken on a stage by actors dressed up in […] Continue reading »

Interview with Lyricist Tim Rice

The theatrical lyricist Tim Rice, aka Sir Timothy Rice, recently gave a candid interview to the New York stage producer Ken Davenport. Davenport, who maintains a hyperactive Web and social media presence, posted a podcast of the 36-minute interview on his website and blog, The Producer’s Perspective. At the beginning […] Continue reading »