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Yep... an outrageously 'divine' comedy on celestial baseball ! by Steve Esquerre - Esquerr� Oh... That Light! Editor�s Note: As we stumble, bumble, and hurtle into the 21st century, here is Scene4�s offering to the New Age. It fits the time, the milieu, and the medium. The playwright is mad (as in �off his rocker�), and the play is mad (as in �out in left field somewhere�)... yet he and it capture an inspired view through the fog and a delightful level of stagecraft. We love it!... and we pu...
This is on my mind because the population of dead people I know continues to grow, and recently with some alacrity. | Nathan Thomas | Scene4 Magazine-January 2018
A Bridge to the North - featuring the largest and longest crayon painting in the world. | Janine Yasovant | Scene4 Magazine-January 2017
The Steiny Road poet offers a look at this new edition by Seth Perlow. Karren LaLonde Alenier Scene4 Magazine-June 2014
One of the great advantages of being a touring actor was the amount of time one had to read.� The only disadvantage in those pre-tablet days is that the reader had to transport all that lumber. | Nathan Thomas | Scene4 Magazine-July 2018
Sometimes you need a jumpstart; never know where it's gonna come from and it's very hard to be patient. Wait for it. Any kind of experience tripping on the sidewalk getting an annoying voice mail from a blocked number. | Claudine Jones | Scene4 Magazine June 2018
Steely Dan, Bruce Springsteen, Billy Joel�we�re talking Rock icons, we�re talking guys who are always �in a New York state of mind,� we�re talking artists who know there�s a special place where 52nd Street intersects Thunder Road. | Patrick Walsh | Scene4 Magazine-March 2018
LOVE STRUCK | San Francisco's Embarcadero is home to a giant bow and arrow. | Jon Rendell | Scene4 Magazine August 2017
Clarinetist Seunghee Lee�s Musical Odyssey. | Carla Maria Verdino-S�llwold | Scene4 Magazine-April 2016
Pity poor Bryan Cranston!. A hundred times more people have seen him in Godzilla than will ever see him playing Lyndon Johnson on Broadway.� Miles David Moore. Scene4 Magazine-August 2014
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