Wednesday, February 15, 2006
The third in a series of brief dramatic pieces composed by me in the great tradition of small works done in ink on paper. A sort of capricho. Which gives me enough of an opening to wedge in this quote from Goya: "Even those who have gone furthest in the matter can give few rules about the deep play of understanding that is needed, or say how it came about that they were sometimes more successful in a work executed with less care than in one on which they had spent most time."
Handwritten Theatre Three: "What's your opinion of memory?"
Performed by Donna Allen Figueroa and Tony Figueroa
Running Time: 5:55
Wednesday, February 01, 2006
The second in a series of brief dramatic pieces originally composed in a Moleskine Cahier notebook with my stalwart Waterman Phileas (fine point), the pen and notebook pictured above, and, yes, I'm open to endorsement proposals.
Handwritten Theatre Two: "I asked her to sing a song."
Performed by Beverly Mickins
Running Time: 5:54