JAG

I was up til midnight last night, struggling with my character; my role was being shot totally out of sequence …the order -scenes 2/4/3/1. The story centers on the loss of a Soviet sub, I am a submarine squadron commander and protecting a crucial technological secret…. one which our ‘heroes’, the series leads, seem determined… Continue reading JAG

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FRASIER

MISBEGOTTEN The shot in Frasier of the back of my head, which was held for the longest time, thru my own dialogue and theirs, Frasier’s entrance and beyond, is quite simply the worst composed shot I have ever seen on network television.  To discover it on a show as technically fine as Frasier is simply… Continue reading FRASIER

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God and Sarah

GOD AND SARAH Those that can, do.  Those that can’t, teach…or perhaps, those that can’t, feel compelled to critique those that can.  I’ve never before discussed critical responses to my work, which have generally been  positive.  My job is to do The Work and the job of critics is to critique it; however, in our… Continue reading God and Sarah

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Glory Days Wrap

Glory Days Wrap It’s good I went to the party.  It started at 9, I pulled in about 9:30 (how unhip, I know, but I’m getting old, and besides I was up at 5:30 this morning). On Melrose, down the block from Paramount, I entered the corner bar, called KANE (After passing muster from the… Continue reading Glory Days Wrap

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Technique

It’s not listed among Greg’s theater credits, THE LAST MINSTREL SHOW, which starred Della Reese and was slated for Broadway. But after out of town runs in Delaware and Philadelphia, we never arrived at our slated opening at the Helen Hayes Theater. (I still have that NY Times full page ad announcing our arrival) So… Continue reading Technique