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Oct 15

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One More Sneak Peek Performance of “Through The Looking-Glass Darkly”!

First: Thank you to everyone who managed to make it to one of my four “sneak peek” staged readings of my new play Through the Looking-Glass Darkly as part of the Alice150 conference last week in NYC. The audience response and feedback afterward was truly humbling. I’m extremely excited that people are so ...

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Sep 15

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Through the Looking-Glass Darkly Sneak Peek at Alice150 in NYC!

I’m thrilled to announce that I’ll be presenting four “sneak peek” performances of my new 75-minute solo play Through the Looking-Glass Darkly, or Lewis Carroll and the Pursuit of Innocence, at Columbia University’s Butler Library on October 6th and 7th as part of the international ALICE150 conference. ...

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Dec 13

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Photo of Me from “I Am My Own Wife” is at Grunderzeit Museum in Berlin!

Small World Department: I’m really excited about this bit of news:  Once again, the magic of Lewis Carroll makes itself felt in surprising ways. As many of you know, I’m a big fan of Lewis Carroll, and even recently served for four years as President of the Lewis Carroll Society of North America.  Currently, I […]

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Apr 12

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New Trailer for The Hunting of The Snark!

Here’s an adorable trailer for the upcoming claymation feature film inspired by Lewis Carroll’s immortal nonsense poem, The Hunting of the Snark.  It’s written and directed by Saranne Bensusan.  I’m not featured in this trailer, but I contributed the voice of the Judge to the Barrister’s Dream ...

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Oct 10

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Praise for my Nonsense Poem Audio Recordings

I was delighted to learn that Jenny Woolf, author of the fascinating new biography The Mystery of Lewis Carroll, greatly enjoyed the two free nonsense poem audio downloads I created for Storypods Audiobooks over in Oxford, England.  On her Facebook page, Jenny wrote: “I’ve been in email correspondence with Andrew Sellon, ...

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Sep 10

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Storypods Nonsense Poem Voiceovers

I became acquainted with Liz and Francis, the brains behind the Oxford-based Storypods Audiobooks when I reviewed their charming audio production of Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland a couple of years ago.  This year, Liz told me they were going to sponsor a nonsense writing competition, and asked me to be one of their ...

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Apr 10

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A Tea Party Symposium

I was delighted to be invited as the keynote speaker for St. Peter’s College’s recent Lewis Carroll Symposium.  English Club President Jonathan Brantley (wearing the stylish brown hare ears in the photo) and his fellow club members put together a great afternoon of events.  As requested, I gave an informal talk about ...

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Mar 10

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February 2010

I had a number of good auditions this month, and a number of callbacks from those.  No bookings, but great feedback, and so I press on!  I also did more Lewis Carroll-related interviews in anticipation of the March release of the Tim Burton “Alice” film sequel.  Interviews included a recorded interview for NPR, and a ...

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Feb 10

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December 2009

Carrollian Interviews! As current President of the Lewis Carroll Society, I occasionally receive requests for interviews or expert answers to various Carrollian questions.  I recently gave an interview to Glance magazine, and now this month I gave another to the Wall Street Journal in conjunction with the upcoming spate of ...

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Feb 10

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October 2009

Alice in Fort Lee, NJ! I hosted the fall meeting of the Lewis Carroll Society of North America on 10/17.  The focus was on early film versions of the Alice stories, and the meeting included a screening of the rare “Bud” Pollard version — the first “talkie” Alice in Wonderland — filmed in the early ...

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