Interviewing Bruce Graham

Playwrights Nicholas Wardigo and Bruce Graham, clearly discussing something morbid.

Playwrights Nicholas Wardigo and Bruce Graham, clearly discussing something morbid.

Just wanted to let everyone know that the second season of Martinis with Nick is proceeding, though slower than anticipated.  We’ve been having trouble booking people around vacations and, unbelievingly, rehearsals, and then Tony broke his finger on a cat, but we are making slow progress.

Last week, I interviewed local playwright and minor legend, Bruce Graham.  In theater circles, he’s the guy who has five productions in the Philadelphia area this season, counting Stella and Lou, which just ended its run at People’s Light.  For those of you not in theater circles, he’s the guy who wrote the monkey movie called Dunston Checks In, as well as being a co-writer on the cartoon version of Anastasia.  So, we talked about things like what it’s was like to work with Meg Ryan and Don Bluth, and exactly which demon Graham had to sell his soul to in order to get all those productions.

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