As I write this (Nov. 20,. 2013), we’re into the home stretch on A Doll’s House, a filmed version of a play directed by Josh Hitchens and performed at the Ebeneezer Maxwell Mansion.
I spent yesterday learning enough Photoshop trickery to develop a set of navigational menus for the DVDs … Continue reading
Together it’s Possible is, as their website says, a group of parents of cognitively-challenged children working to get better support services in northeast Pennsylvania, or the “Slate belt.” They … Continue reading
Earlier this month, Josh Hitchens directed a production of Henrik Ibsen’s play A Doll’s House, starring West Philly actors Jennifer Summerfield and Ryan Walters. The entire play was staged within the parlor of the Ebeneezer Maxwell Mansion, a preserved Victorian-era mansion up near Germantown. The photo above shows Jen,who … Continue reading
(Post written Aug. 6, 2013, but published Jan 6, 2015)
Here’s a change of pace from the comedy plays. ambient forest prettiness and community community work.
Actor Josh Hitchens excels at one-man performances; his one-man Dracula is, by all accounts, astounding. In 2013 he worked up a piece from the … Continue reading
(Entry updated June 2013, because the video was made public on YouTube).
Sometimes video projects don’t start out as public projects. One example is Alp d’Huez, a wonderful play by John Rosenberg. In November 2012, I was asked by Jennifer Summerfield, who was one of the two leads, and … Continue reading
This past March and April, I shot another play at Curio Theatre. The play was Madville, by Paul Kuhn, and I wanted to do something really decent for the play because Paul is one of the most decent guys I know.