Dec 2011

The art of playing

Marina Times - Program Notes
By Evalyn Baron

Once upon a time, we all loved to play. The kind of play that made us sweaty; the intense kind where we believed every imaginary circumstance we invented and gave it our all for the sheer fun of it. We invested it with every ounce of energy we had. Read More...

Coming to terms with earthquakes: Life is shaped by what shakes it

Marina Times - Enter Stage Left: A New Coast
By Evalyn Baron

Years ago, I flew from New York City to Los Angeles for “pilot season” and my agent offered me his guest room. We shared an easy camaraderie, returning late after our separate days of work: him booking auditions for clients, me going to those auditions and reading out loud from more bad scripts than good ones. It was television, after all. Read More...