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Currently in rehearsal and where most of my time is going, while I simultaneously juggle meetings & rehearsals up here in LA for two other active projects and two additional semi-active projects in development. This is not counting DAVE MCGOVERN’s unorthodox piece in loose verse about the relationship of two men, “The Vices We Knew,” which I am still eager to workshop.

Currently in rehearsal and where most of my time is going, while I simultaneously juggle meetings & rehearsals up here in LA for two other active projects and two additional semi-active projects in development. This is not counting DAVE MCGOVERN’s unorthodox piece in loose verse about the relationship of two men, “The Vices We Knew,” which I am still eager to workshop.

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Visceral Dance Chicago in rehearsal - my Chicago colleague Karl Watson is in the forefront.
Photo by Leni Manaa-Hoppenworth for Chicago Dance Supply

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uncredited photo for XIV’s cancelled event, BAROQUE BURLESQUE, at The Slipper Room in NYC.

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Claude Jade and my favorite French actor Jean-Pierre Léaud, in Bed And Board (1970)
Directed by Francois Truffaut

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Seemingly Opaque

new Richard Marshall :

"Me, you, chairs, mountains, planets are concrete material objects … Shadows, holes, silence, the absent Napoleon in your room, these are examples of concrete immaterial objects. Social order turned on its head may lead to solutions, so we might opt for the fundamentality of a negative, immaterial over a positive, material reality. Negative truths may be more fundamental than positive ones. This may seem too obscure. But a photographic negative, though hard to read and seemingly opaque, contains all the information we see when developed."

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Chicago

As much as I love LA I’m still missing Chicago; the people I met & worked with at Chicago Opera Theatre, the sometimes-wet bracingly cold walks to and from rehearsals on this very street, 11 months ago.