It has been a while since the performance monkey put paw to keyboard, but he has still been, y'know, seeing stuff in theatres. Some of these things have been terribly cool, and have involved magical oracles, properly good nervous breakdowns and St Paul's Cathedral. And some of these things have been terribly lame (including a ballerina asking us to share her therapy, a playwright mawkishly disinterring the dead, a once-sharp writer utterly losing the plot).
Supercool scientists at Aberystwyth University (a University named after someone randomly pounding a computer keyboard like a monkey) have confirmed that fist-bumps are more hygienic than handshakes. Read Post
Last I night I had the good fortune to see Mike Daisey's highly acclaimed show The Agony and the Ecstasy of Steve Jobs at the Berkeley Repertory Theater. It’s both an entertaining and acutely moving performance that anyone who owns ... Read Post
When I first saw that this episode, directed by David Boreanaz, involved a dead car salesman...who used to work for a man named Jungle Jim...who walks around with a monkey on his back...I was nervous. (That circus episode really did... Read Post