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Arthur Meiselman | Scene4 | Singers of Songs | A continuous dimension I travel through is music. It is the balance to my visual world and a purveyor of intimate and relentless privacy. In that dimension, of all the singers I have ever heard, seen, enjoyed, opera, theatre, jazz, pop, only two linger and hover above all the other voices. Both are American.| Scene4 Magazine - December 2011
Arthur Meiselman | Scene4 | artem secundum suum cuique | There is no obscenity in the arts. There is only a perspective that deems and labels out of ignorance, fear, politics, financial gain, and severe self-displeasure. Obscenity is in the mind of the beholder..| Scene4 Magazine - January/February 2012
Arthur Meiselman | Scene4 | Fade to White To you who live in the clean world, the smell, the taste, the health threat of tobacco is the Congo�s echo crying: �the horror!� It is enough to drive you mad. | Scene4 Magazine - March 2012
Perspectives: Writings - Dialogues |
Perspectives: Writings - Glyphs | Triptych: The 99% | Arthur Meiselman | Scene4 Magazine March 2012
Arthur Meiselman | Scene4 | The Quivering Muse of Cuisine | Journeying into a cuisine is an addiction, seldom a curse, mostly a delight. I�ve had as many addictions as you�ve had, probably more. My current addicition is Thai cuisine. | Scene4 Magazine-June 2010
Arthur Meiselman | Scene4 | The Passing of a Life | Earlier this year, a friend and colleague, Julius Krinski died at 81, in Jomtien, Thailand. A Hungarian/Australian expatriate, he was a remarkable man - an author, a Bon Vivant, and a world-class lover. With a poignant sadness, I remember an interview with him in 2005. | Scene4 Magazine-April 2010
Scene4 Magazine-March 2008: Commentary- Arthur Meiselman | The Voice of Eugene O'Neill | The only American playwright to win a Nobel prize for his daring and innovative explorations and his contribution to literature
Scene4 Magazine-February/March 2009: Commentary- Arthur Meiselman | With all of the laughter, cheers, boos, singing, and, yes, chit-chat, rather than a disturbing distraction, it all became one engaging, live experience.
Scene4 Magazine-April 2008: Commentary- Arthur Meiselman | Lima... Peru not Ohio | In my arrogant Manhattan innocence, I had made a naive mistake and so did my editor. I went to Lima in April, on a Friday, Good Friday, which provided a challenging scenario
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