“Do you prefer I use Ed or Edward in my book about you? People always call you Ed, but when I see your name on the screen, it’s always Edward.” “The reason I use Edward in credits is because Ed is over too fast. It doesn’t maintain the screen or the page. So, I prefer […]
Mark Larson explains how he created his 700-page behemoth.
The Chicago theater community lost Sheldon Patinkin and several others in 2014, but the shows went on—some of them spendidly.
An interview with the woman who cofounded the Piven Theatre Workshop and has written a book about her teaching methods
Both Chicago improv and the off-Loop theater movement have their roots in Hyde Park. Sheldon Patinkin was there.
Chicago director Sheldon Patinkin recalls Tom O’Horgan, best known for directing Hair on Broadway.