Well, How ‘bout That!

I was reading the September issue of Poetry Magazine a week or two back and came across Professor Leslie Wheeler’s article “Undead Eliot: How ‘The Waste Land’ Sounds Now.” I got a couple pages in and was startled and delighted to find a glancing reference to my onstage working of Four Quartets.  How ‘bout that! Quite apart from that […]

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Once Again in St. Louis

Yesterday saw the start of the thirty-fifth annual meeting of the T. S. Eliot Society, a most warm and engaging conference held among the world’s leading Eliot scholars and those like me who are simply students of Eliot (although I must say that my fellow students are far and away my intellectual and academic betters: […]

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A Small Fraternity

We opened Four Quartets last night at Provision Theater—on the 125th anniversary of TSE’s birth.  Airborne! And we learned that Figures of Speech Theatre’s John Farrell is performing Four Quartets tonight at Bates College in Maine. (The DaPonte String Quartet performs Beethoven’s String Quartet No. 15 (Op. 132) in A minor as part of the […]

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