We are indeed doomed. CLT Blog reports it here.
CLT Blog picks up my interview with Tenor extraordinaire, Jonathan Boyd, here.
Film #2 I co-wrote and produced with CLT Blog regarding an innovative public/private education/jobs project here in Charlotte. This film was produced for the DNC Host Committee in advance of the 2012 Convention. Check out the film here.
Watch: Pages, a free 10-part video series with readings by some of Charlotte’s most prominent authors. The Charlotte Video Project captures some of our city’s best. What an honor to participate in the ultra-cool read.
The Charlotte Bureau of Awesome – what more needs be said? – Here at CLT Blog.
Read my interview with Bryan Fenkart, the lead in the national touring performance of Memphis, the Musical. Here at CLT Blog.
A short film I co-produced with my pals at CLT Blog about the local success of national dropout prevention program, Communities in Schools. Here at YouTube.
Read my review of OC’s 2011/2012 Opener with Denyce Graves here at CLT Blog.
Read my review of the zany, wacky Blue Man Group. Here at CLT Blog.
Read my review here at CLT Blog.
Thursday night at Charlotte Motor Speedway there were more thrills, high speed turns and tension than is typically found at the Coca-Cola 600. It all took place under the Grande chapiteau where close to 2200 attendees were spellbound for nearly three hours with Totem, the latest performing arts feast from Cirque Du Soleil.
Read my review @ CLT Blog here.
With ThomThom, Machine Theater celebrates their one year anniversary and fourth production in Charlotte, no small feat in a town that seems loathe to support small, regional theater. Coming off their dark comedy Mum’s the Word earlier this year, Machine has jumped headlong into a realm that requires its audience to suspend their beliefs at the door and allow this performance to rush over them in waves.
Read my full review here.
From the opening Chim Chim Cher-ee to the closing Supercalifragilisticexpiaidocious encore medley, the brilliantly constructed ensemble cast maintained an energy level that was just slightly below uncontrollable frenzy.
My review of the national touring production is featured here.