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Scene4 Magazine-July 2008: Commentary- Arthur Meiselman | Kubrick Remembered | As one director mused:

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-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

Scene4 Magazine-May 2008: Commentary- Arthur Meiselman | The Story of Jody Thomas | Why does a death-sentenced prisoner cooperate in his own execution, more so, what would happen if he refused and stalemated the execution?

Scene4 Magazine-June 2008: Commentary- Arthur Meiselman | The Art of Cooking | In America, the art of cooking has nothing to do with survival�it�s a key therapy in mental healthcare, it�s entertainment. Americans do not eat to survive, they eat to get fat!

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 2009: Commentary- Arthur Meiselman | Cabbages and Kings | They babble. Incessantly. Text messages and emails and voices into little mobiles stuck in their ears and blogs and twitters and facebooks and youtubes and newscasts and talk shows and press conferences.

Arthur Meiselman | Scene4 | 'Deathwatch' Revisited | As I prepare to plunge back into the real-time of theatre, I�m drawn to an acting experience which left me with an immutable rock to stand on. At its core, an understanding, a truth that is as clear today as when I first perceived it. | Scene4 Magazine-December 2009

Arthur Meiselman | Scene4 | I'll Be Seeing You in All the Old Familiar Places | I live in an ugly country�not the latent, panoramic beauty of America's countryside� rather it's cities and towns. Unlike many places in Europe or Asia, American cities, for the most part, have no center, no town plaza or square (if you show up in Seattle some time, you'd think you were in the layout of a downhill logging camp, which is probably how it was layed out). | Scene4 Magazine-November 2009

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