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Friday, April 26, 2013

Clive Davis recalls his years as a music industry hit-maker

 Clive Davis’ memoir The Soundtrack of My Life (Simon & Schuster) is a hefty 586 pages of thoughtful, analytical content—an unexpected pleasure from one of the most powerful and influential music executives in history
Wednesday, April 2, 2008

Theater Reviews

In Tandem Theatre opens the penultimate play of its season with Bill C. Davis’ early ’80s drama Mass Appeal. The story focuses on an idealistic young seminarian who finds himself under the tutelage of an older, established priest. The two face the usual sorts of intergenerational problems as one tries everything in his power to help the other become a fully ordained priest. In the role of Father Tim Farley, longtime Milwaukee actor Michael Duncan adds quite a bit of nuance into a character that could’ve read as a stereotype of an Irish Catholic priest. The character’s weakness comes across with a subtle strength.
Friday, March 28, 2008

Tonight @ the Tenth Street Theatre - 8:00 PM

The latest production from In Tandem Theatre explores the Catholic Church’s conflict between liberal progressivism and conservative traditionalism. In Mass Appeal, Michael Perez stars as an iconoclastic young seminarian who clashes with an old, established priest (Michael Duncan) as both struggle with the problems . . .
Thursday, March 27, 2008

Tonight @ Tenth Street Theatre - 7:30 PM

The latest production from In Tandem Theatre explores the Catholic Church’s conflict between liberal progressivism and conservative traditionalism. In Mass Appeal, Michael Perez stars as an iconoclastic young seminarian who clashes with an old, established priest (Michael Duncan) as both struggle with the problems . . .
Wednesday, March 26, 2008

Theater Preview

Democrats and Republicans, liberals and conservatives: Americans may hold different positions, but they still seem to be playing for the same team. Unfortunately, an increasing number of indicators in the environment and the global economy would lead some to believe that they’re on the losing team. This thought can be difficult to accept—unless you happen to be looking at things from the outside.

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