April 2012

Scene4 Magazine - Commentary and Views on the Arts

Michael Bettencourt
Authoritarian Musicals
Scene4 Magazine: Michael Bettencourt |
Why musicals are so successful, crowding out other forms of theatre, bears some thinking about — at least during intermission with $4 wine in a plastic cup.

 Arthur Meiselman
The Apparent Eugene O'NeillScene4 Magazine: Arthur Meiselman |
In today's "Pax Americana", disposable, dyspeptic, American culture, O'Neill remains a unique, almost unimaginable
American artist.

 Nathan Thomas
Tour TalesScene4 Magazine: Nathan Thomas |

 Just now I have word from a student that he's going on the road. Instantly my envy starts to rise. But touring is a young person's game.

Les Marcott
If I Had A Speech Jammin Gun

Scene4 Magazine: Les Marcott | www.scene4.comIf I had a speech jamming gun… well I've only begun to contemplate its uses and misuses. What is a speech jamming gun? It's a hot new invention.

Claudine Jones
She's so cute...(and she knows it)Scene4 Magazine: Claudine Jones |

 I've marched in solidarity with women, but I don't think I've experienced the 'sisterhood' aspect of life. Seen it but don't recognize it in myself.


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