In the hard-to-describe category, we have The Big Voice: God or Merman, but it's not hard to find appropriate adjectives: funny, touching, showbiz savvy, and life-affirming. In the show imported by New Conservatory Theatre Center from New York, writer-performers Jim Brochu and Steve Schalchlin describe their highly contrasting adolescent paths to sexual self-discovery, their hilariously described meeting aboard a cruise ship, and the rocky road to a lasting relationship fueled by the theater.
Saturday, January 05, 2008
San Francisco's Top 10: Bay Area Reporter
We came home to a very nice surprise. Richard Dodds, in the Bay Area Reporter, lists us as one of the top ten theatrical events of the last year in San Francisco. Here's the blurb:
A new love song based on chaos theory. Because, romantic.
I keep meaning to bring up another little history lesson that came from watching the B&W games shows on the Game Show Network. When you...
When the history of "The Big Voice: God or Merman? is written, there will be one moment that will shine, for us, above all. And it happ...
Hal Block, the increasingly irritating panelist on "What's My Line?" was fired last night after the show. Well, back in 1953. ...