He went to White Station for a while. Once he balanced a ladder on his face during a pep rally.
Maybe so. Was he a student?
Would this be same Larry Clark that went to Harding Academy and then on to Germantown High School?
Well, it very well could have been a god idea.
"Good idea." Good grief.
But is that really a god idea? In that particular company, I mean.
And I can put my hand over my heart and proclaim before the host of heaven that I know Tony Isbell.
This is interesting but I'd like to add that I am also connected to all the people in TM's production, including Marc Gill, Kell Christie and Barclay Roberts (whose dopplegangers you can find in the movie poster above) as well as a great ensemble supporting cast including: Greg Boller, Michael Bechard, Jacob Wingfield, Tracie Hansom, Gene Elliott, Emily Burnett, William Henry, Adam Remsen, Adam Maldonado, Dylan Atkins, Jaclyn Suffel and Evan McCarley!
So I'm that connected to all these folks by virtue of the fact that I've worked with Tony? I feel very busy and important.
While the comments don't seem to address the play.....I will.
I found the play rivetting. The performances were spot on and the one character mentioned, the unstable preacher's wife, was very much chilling. I thought they all were excellent. I didn't know what to expect from the play and went in a bit skeptical. I was a kid in Memphis at the time so it was, at that time, over my head. Looking back...wow!
I enjoyed this play and it was very moving.....a tiny hidden jewel in Memphis' vast theater repertoire
Hope someone doesn't have a driver's license...but probably owns a gun. Yikes!
Wow - you're so clear...ly INSANE. What?
More than you'd expect.
Makes perfect sense to me.
but is there any punctuation
Most excellent news! I cannot wait.
These were ALL excellent shows! Very good choices, Mr. Davis. And Happy New Year as well!
i love jersey boys you can whack somebody to is an awesom song i love it nd really enjoyed watched this song.
So we respond nearly two YEARS later?
I was reading back over press that mentioned Republic Coffee and thought I would make a note here. The best thing to happen to Mr Goldsmiths show was our dismissal. He used the "freedom of the press" to push his show. Republic Coffee nor it's ownership were ever asked for further comment.
In truth, as is often now happening in infotainment rather than journalism, our comments where not given any review, nd clarification was not asked for. When you only look for one thing, it's all you can find.
In fact, our customers chose. Unlike other coffee shops, folks will note that there is rarely any type of entertainment at RC. Simply because our large student base walks out when "noise" starts. Open Mic and $5 covers are the realm of Otherlands, Java, and even Eclectic. Not us. We long ago turned off poetry jam, open mic's and theater. We have 1 night of improv a month.
Mr. Goldsmith tried to make this about politics and censorship and sadly journalists allowed him too. RC is the only coffee house in Memphis to consistently host political forums. Ask the 8 candidates who used our Tuesday night town hall meeting space.
The long and the short of it, Republic Coffee is long on making the best of list and Mr Goldsmith is short on having any more attention. IMHO of coarse.
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