Monthly Archives: June 2011

Woodstock – 3 Days of Peace and Music (Director’s Cut)

Looking back at the 60’s from the 10’s all anyone can say is: “what the hell was that?”. It came, seemingly out of nowhere, and vanished just as quickly: peace, love, and dope. Long hair, beards. Tie dye and peace … Continue reading

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Quickie Game Reviews – Duke Nukem Forever

Feels like 12 months should have been plenty of time to whip this up – not 12 years. Duke Nukem’s humor doesn’t seem as funny now – maybe it’s me. Some mindless alien-blasting fun to be had: 3.5 of 5.

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Quickie Game Reviews: Fable 3, The Witcher 2

Fable 3: Simple, fun action/adventure game that would be perfect for a 12-15 year old if it weren’t for the language and sex. 4.5 of 5. The Witcher 2: Might be the rich, deep RPG it claims to be, but … Continue reading

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The Picture of Dorian Gray – Brody/Saslow

Last weekend I appeared in The Picture of Dorian Gray, a world-premiere opera with music by Jeffrey Brody and libretto by James Saslow; directed by J Scott Brumit and produced by the Longwood Opera in Needham, MA. I played several … Continue reading

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Aguirre, the Wrath of God

The title of this movie scared me a little, which set me up nicely for the bizarre, psychologically terrifying, and brilliant Aguirre, the Wrath of God by Werner Herzog. Cast in the lead role as the Spanish Conquistador: the actor … Continue reading

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