Tag Archives: Artie Isaac

Leaving the theater after experiencing Nassim Soleimanpour’s WHITE RABBIT RED RABBIT.

I attended a performance Saturday night, WHITE RABBIT RED RABBIT. Perhaps it was a presentation. Or lecture? Some might have called it a play, but I consider that the drama was minimal. A single person, one of Columbus theatre renown, … Continue reading

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A Change In Direction: Where Doth Thou Blog?

After stewing periodically for my lack of posts, I decided to fearlessly compose and expose readers to my random themes about…blogging, and what inspirations might arise after a deliberate session of meditation. I believe I’ll change the direction of what … Continue reading

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Our Town 2008

Hello, visitors to Jim Coe’s Orange Acorn blog. Just finished a 4-performance run of Our Town, a Young Isaac presentation of the Thornton Wilder classic. The theater was intimate (470 capacity), the play was sensitively directed by Ian Short and … Continue reading

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