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I forgot how easy NOT to produce or direct a production!!! An old friend, Howard Teichman, invited me to choreograph and consult some “Japanese culture” to the production of FUGU.   After all, I am known to be “Japanese Emily Post”.   They are getting great reviews.   This is a very […]

New Play “FUGU” – at the Pico Playhouse


I will be teaching in Japan again! March 18, 19 & 20.   We will be covering the Adler Techniques and Chekhov Techniques. http://www.travel-a-s.com/adler2/index.html   最優秀者:米国ステラアドラーアカデミーロスアンジェルス校への短期留学へ無料招待(夏季4週間コース) 最優秀者:米国ロスアンジェルスまでの往復航空券提供 希望者には英語学校及びスティ先の無料サポートサービス/滞在延長も可能

Happy New Year – Dates in Japan




FINALLY, I was able to clear the day for the Basic class! Hope you can join this one.  I will be going over some BASIC BEATS.    How you ever noticed that some actors are “muddy” while others seem “crisp”? Well, it’s all about knowing: How to break down the OVERALL […]

Back to Basic – Saturday, July 16, 2016





Missing Piece Theatre’s ‘Motherload’ asks ‘Oh mother, where art thou?’ 0 By Staff on May 16, 2016 Theatre Reviews Review by John K. Adams Motherload is a lively collection of mainly humorous vignettes, examining our complex and conflicted relationship with the concept and person of – Mom. “Love Me, Chicken […]

“Motherload” Review – Tolucan Times


Japanese dance kimono demonstration. School program
Since 2010, when I closed my non profit organizations, I haven’t been doing any school programs.   School program, especially with Japanese culture ones, has been the most rewarding experience for me personally.   You bring your art to their classroom, where their mind set is “leaning” contrast to bring them to […]

Happy Kimono Day!


Well, I thought three week trip with a three year old child will be too much. But it wasn’t.   I miss it already. Sure, we ate great food, went fabulous historical sites, bought most ridiculous and odd toys.   However, the most memorable part of this trip was the PEOPLE. Usually, […]

Back from Japan!