Great interview...love Ray Liotta...his time is due for Oscar recognition...Ray is frank and honest with his comments on Hollywood.
Unfortunately, this is ALL the art there is to Cleveland...
No Loren Naji Gallery? Seriously? That place is top notch.
first Saturday of the month MOCA is free.
What about the Bonfoey Gallery. Its been around for 120 years and has great show after great show. Maybe you should show them some love!! And they jsut happen to be having a show starting the 28th of February...
"All The Art That's Fit To Print"
Well I see that you have been an inspired and gifted writer for a long while. Do you know Bob F. of the Columbus Free Press? He is running for congress in the 12th district with the Green Party. He is also a lawyer who is not afraid of the media control of the Dispatch and the Wolfe Family. The PD has moved closer to the right as a result of the fights they had with Jimmy and Frank and the other idiot democrats which gave the radical right power in Cleveland and the main-stream media. I think you folks at Scene have some very large opportunities to become serious competion with the PD. Your articles are very powerful and well thought out. I do not think there is a journalist in the Cleveland market who is better than you..but then they are not as free to say what they think as you are at the Scene. They have had to sell out to the media powers of the time.
I went last night and had a blast. I really hope the space takes off so local performers can continue to shine.
The Bang & The Clatter Theatre Company's Box Office Number is and always has been 330-606-5317. It's never been shut down or off in any sorts. If anyone would like tickets for Lady by Craig Wright, feel free to call. It runs September 25 - October 17, Fridays & Saturdays @ 8 pm and Sunday, October 11 @ 2 pm. The location is at our Shot Rings Out Theater @ 59 East Market St., Downtown Akron, between High St. and Main St., behind Crave Restaurant and Mocha Maiden. Due note that opening weekend is Sold Out.
If you like these types of great events, which are excellent for our region....
here is another similar get together upcoming in 2 weeks at the Phantasy in
Lakewood! "Fantasy at the Phantasy"- Oct 10th
Thanks, James for all you do with artists in this city. Thanks for following-up, meeting with artists, and working so hard to pull these events all together. I know it is not easy to balance all these creative personalities, but somehow you make it look that way!
Amazing how they can take credit from someone else's submitted artist proposal, push out that artist and claim their event as their own idea. Great job Levin, you don't have a creative bone in your body, just a glorified sheeps' clothing salesman.
Nice piece, Mike. And it serves as a nice juxtaposition to the Epic Fail article. Hope to see you there! - Mike K.
Hilarious! Saw the show on Saturday night and it rocked. Anyone who ever has worked in an office or for a crazy boss would appreciate the comedy.
This show is going to be great. I heard from a friend that it is hilarious -- about the goings on of corporate America.
Looking forward to the opening night.
As an AS subscriber, I'm sorry we won't get to see Dorothy & Reuben Silver in this show.
Big Boys (starring Neil Thackaberry & Keith Stevens) looks to be a fun, light-hearted romp about corporate office life!
I saw this show at opening and it is a wonderful slice of life of the "good old days" of Cleveland.
The original script is creative, but most of the credit should go to the actors who do a beautiful job of creating rich, lively and believable characters. You felt like you really knew these people and wanted to go up on stage and have a drink with them.
Another great evening of fascinating work at Actors Summit.
I am so looking forward to seeing this new show with some of the Actors' Summit regulars.
November 30- 6, 2016
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