Tag Archives: Buddhism

A Spiritual Journey in Theater

My latest Enchanté column When great actors of the stage are mentioned, we often think of those in their golden years. Vanessa Redgrave, Patrick Stewart, Ian McKellen and Patti Lupone come instantly to mind. But one of the greatest stage … Continue reading

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The Oldest Boy

Celia Keenan-Bolger brings the bittersweet magic of Peter and the Starcatcher and the pain and sorrow of The Glass Menagerie to her new role as Mother in The Oldest Boy. This, once again, is why I love off-Broadway shows so … Continue reading

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Buddhism and the Artist

Is Buddhism a contradiction for an artist….a somewhat tongue-in-cheek comment. Interviewed Kelsang Donsang, a Buddhist monk, today for a column I’m writing on  the Kuluta Buddhist Centre. The artist is so often conflicted, always in process of exploring, aiming for the … Continue reading

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