"Greek" — A Wild Cockney Opus
Steven Berkoff's play "Greek," a
raw, poetic Cockney eruption of the Oedipus legend.
Li, the voice of "A Thousand Years of Good
But who's counting?
Math prodigy-turned-fiction writer Yiyun Li, the
voice behind the new Wayne Wang feature "A Thousand Years of Good Prayers," lives
Iranian star of "A Thousand Years of Good Prayers".
Ladies Home Journal published my interview with Dianne
Feinstein who became the new mayor of San Francisco
in 1978 after a murderous time of crisis in the city.
The longest early agricultural strike in history.
and Jews"About unprecedented moments
of friendship between Arabs and Jews in Israel
Legion of Decency: What's Nude?"My report
on Hollywood censorship
Ramparts Magazine, 1965, article on José Luis Cuevas.
Documentary? But This is no Ordinary Topic. About
the Opera: "Dr. Atomic"
Listen, pedal and push. First show of kinetic sculpture
in the U.S.
Stone's Family Legends
Three ArtistsFrom a 1951 Independent Journal story about three Marin County artists presenting their view of the world in an unusual exhibition called "A New Vision" at the San Francisco Museum of Art.
Jules DassinDirector Jules Dassin talks about the making of “A Dream of Passion,” an ancient and modern saga of infanticide.
Greek — or American Tragedy?Jan
Kott's production in hippie dress of Euripides'