July 19, 2015

Two years ago I happened upon a wonderful new play by writer Bruce Glassman, called "Will." It's the story of a famous painter whose family must confront his struggle with Alzheimer's Disease, along with making crucial decisions about preserving (or exploiting?) his legacy. When people ask about the tone of the play, I usually say something like, "It's 'Other Desert Cities' meets 'Art,'" which basically means it's a smart, witty, poignant family drama that happens to revolve around the significance of great art in our lives, as well as its commercial and financial repercussions. 

"Will" is having its first workshop production in September at Pacific Resident Theatre, which has been my theatrical home for many years. The fine cast that director Michael Rothhaar has assembled includes Matt McK...

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