By John Moore Jan. 1, 2013 A professional and personal look back at the year just past. (The unemployed year, that is): Favorite writings: 1. Eden Lane: The first transgender journalist on mainstream TV opens up about her life and challenges (see bonus extract below) 2. Personal blog: My stoma: To Die and Live… Continue reading My 2012 journo year in review: Highlights from a year on the cheap, er, brink
By John Moore Sept. 12, 2012 Talkbacks following performances of Iddo Netanyahu’s family drama “A Happy End” have brought spirited response from audience members like Ralph Stern of Denver, to whom the sobering message of play is clear: “I think it’s important for this play to be presented over and over and over again,”… Continue reading Audience: “A Happy End,” a sobering lesson we need to learn
The brother of Israel prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu is in Denver to stage the American premiere of his new play, “A Happy End.” It explores our historic human tendency to ignore warning signs — often to our own peril.