Sunday, March 15, 2020 Still coughing … Damn. It is weird to wake up Sunday morning and don’t have any place to go. No rehearsal, No theatre gathering and no Squi activities. We canceled our monthly “Beer, Pizza & Improv” tonight. Since our house was taken away by Wells Fargo […]

Corona Times – Quarantine Day 3

Dear Dedicated Students of mine  (aka Geniuses in Makings) HAPPY NEW YEAR!  Thank you again for inspiring me throughout 2018.   It’s not just a lip service when I say I learn so much more from interacting with you guys than when I am lecturing or coaching.   Everyday, I am learning […]

Happy 2019

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