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The audiobook of Notes from the Field, narrated by Anna Deavere Smith; published by Penguin/Random House. Download starting May 21.

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The American premiere of Micheál mac Liammóir’s The Mountains Look Different, at the Mint. Previews begin May 30.

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On the air! Or at least on the interweb. Recently I was a guest on Paul Meier’s podcast, In a Manner of Speaking.

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In memoriam: George Morfogen (March 30, 1933–March 8, 2019). I had the good fortune to work with George Morfogen on seven plays: The Voysey Inheritance, The Madras House, A Picture of Autumn, A Day by the Sea, The Oxford Roof-Climber’s Rebellion, Freud’s Last Session, and The Traveling Lady. Four of these productions were at the Mint Theater Company, which happily honored George with a lovely gala when he was still with us to enjoy it.

I always felt, while watching George in rehearsal (to say nothing of performance), that I was receiving a master-class in acting (if only I were smart enough to grasp it). I’m sorry there won’t be any more such classes. I’m grateful for the memories and what I learned.

The brief video below (from the Mint gala) includes George himself performing excerpts from Harley Granville-Barker’s The Voysey Inheritance, the production that really put the Mint on the map (and only my second professional production as dialect coach). There is a longer version, which I recommend for a fuller understanding of how very much George was appreciated during his lifetime. He is no less appreciated now; he is and will be missed.