Category Archives: Film/TV

Reading my monologue, “Last Dance”, for the March 23, 2021 event, “It Starts With A Word: Dramatists in Times Square”, co-sponsored by The Dramatists Guild of America and The Times Square Alliance, by the Red Steps in Times Square, NYC. … Continue reading

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Musto captures the mood of New York City during those early years, when he states, “Everyone was filled with grief, terror, and rage. But you know what? The nightlife kept going….We were more bonded than ever. We had to leave … Continue reading

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“Howard”: A Disney+ Film Review, A&U Magazine

Howard: Review Home  The Arts  Movies & TV Howard: Review November 24, 2020 HowardDirected by Don HahnDisney+ Reviewed by Bruce Ward The AIDS epidemic of the 1980s/1990s robbed the world of too many talented artists from all creative fields, many of whom … Continue reading

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“The Inheritance”: a think-piece – A&U magazine

The Inheritance & the Eclipsing of Long-Term Survivors

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Video:“stories from the stage”, produced by World Channel, WGBH-TV & MassMouth. Storytelling Event at WGBH-TV studios in Cambridge, MA. Broadcast 1/2018

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