Tag: B.J. Burton

  • Harry Potter strikes!

    Okay, so it’s not exactly Harry Potter.  It’s his son, Albus Severus, which is possibly the worst name to give a child, but hey, it’s not my kid. Aurora and I enjoyed what might conceivably be the most epic night in all of date nights.  We shared a terrific dinner at an upscale Chinese restaurant (Margaret…

  • Martinis with Nick returns with Corinna Burns!

    Because you demanded it!  Because Philadelphia theater needs it!  Because I had some time, and I know a camera-guy who I can pay with fish tacos!  As of this morning…the second season of Martinis of Nick begins! The first episode features my interview with actor Corinna Burns, whom I interview in my kiddie pool while munching…

  • The Philadelphia Connection

    As I teased in my last post, a new book hit the market yesterday called The Philadelphia Connection by B.J. Burton.  B.J. was one of the playwrights associated with the Brick Playhouse back in the late nineties and early naughts, and since those days, she’s engaged in a series of adventures and misadventures and illicit activities…

  • The calm before the storm

    Predictably, things have been relatively calm theater-wise this summer.  I, myself, have taken advantage of the artistic lull by starting work on a new play (my fifteenth full-length, if anyone is keeping track) and building an adirondack chair.  I’ve included a pic of my latter project, since a picture of me staring with frustration at…