Monthly Archives: May 2011

Scene on the diamond…

From time to time you’ll see a sports item here. This one is adapted from a piece written for The Champion newspaper in Decatur, GA. We’ve followed the career of Colorado Rockies prospect Chris Nelson since he was drafted in … Continue reading


Radiance Retired…

On Friday April 23, 1993 I attended Monmouth Players’ production of Moss Hart and George S. Kaufman’s You Can’t Take It With You. Monmouth Players is the oldest established community theater company in Monmouth County, New Jersey, having been founded … Continue reading

Blog, Community

Jacques Brel Is Passing Through Red Bank

When Jacques Brel Is Alive and Well and Living in Paris premiered at the Village Gate in Greenwich Village in January, 1968, the Belgian-born, international concert, theater and film star was indeed alive and well and living in the City … Continue reading

Blog, Professional, Regional

Ride the rails at New Jersey Rep…

Hitchcock it ain’t, but John Biguenet’s play running at New Jersey Repertory Company in Long Branch, New Jersey through May 29 centers on a meeting of strangers on a train. It is an interesting play, which isn’t a cop-out. Many … Continue reading

Professional, Regional