Power Practice

Talent is important for success as an artist, yet difficult to define. We think that someone like Mozart was touched by God and more talented than most everyone and, although that may very well be true, we must remember how hard he worked at it, how hard he practiced and honed his gifts. Mozart wrote… Read More

Even Tennessee Needed Help

Tennessee Williams’ Big Break  THE  PAST,  THE  PRESENT AND  THE  PERHAPS  Tennessee Williams’ Forward for Orpheus Descending One icy bright winter morning in the last week of 1940, my brave representative, Audrey Wood, and I were crossing the Common in Boston, from an undistinguished hotel on one side to the grandeur of the Ritz-Carlton on the other. We… Read More