Posts Tagged ‘miller’
Dr. Faustus and Martin Luther fight for Hamlet’s soul in Amphibian Stage Production’s current show.
For a show that explores sober themes like the conflict between faith and reason, Amphibian Stage Productions’ Wittenberg has a surprising amount of sex, drugs, and rock ’n’ roll. Playwright David Davalos’ highly litera...
The TCU festival recruits a top-notch talent to tackle one of The Bard’s greatest characters.
If any Shakespearean character deserves to be rediscovered by contemporary audiences, it’s Rosalind from As You Like It (probably written in the year 1600). Literary critics and amateur bardolators alike have long been infatu...
Greg Miller’s exhibit On the Road isn’t inspired by the news segments that Charles Kuralt used to do for CBS News but rather by the billboards in and around his adopted hometown of Los Angeles. The show will be up a...
Ben Perowsky is a New York-based jazz drummer who’s worked with underground godfather John Zorn, film noir-inspired indie rockers Elysian Fields, and the experimental/soul hybrid group Joan As Police Woman. His early-R...
A film with an interesting subject rather than an interesting film, Bottle Shock dramatizes the event known in wine circles as the Judgment of Paris.
As the audience files in before the start of Amphibian Stage Production’s Gutenberg! The Musical!, the bellow of Broadway legend Ethel Merman charges out from the sound system.
Tradition won’t pay the rent for bull riders in Fort Worth.
About an hour and a half before he is to pop his light frame onto the back of a 1,500-pound bull, Kyle Miller stretches to get ready.
Playwright, screenwriter, and tv scribe Richard Dresser once told an interviewer, “I’ve had occasion to work at a series of jobs ranging from a plastics factory where I made G.I. Joe’s thighs … to Hollywood, where I...
It seems every generation of country music fans goes through the same controversy about whether the “traditional” sound is being overtaken by pop music influences.