Seducing Amy Glazer (away from the stage)

Nov 28

Seducing Amy Glazer (away from the stage)

Theater folk know Amy Glazer as one of the busiest directors in Bay Area theater. But she also has a burgeoning career as a film director, which is no surprise given that she grew up on movie sets.

I interviewed Glazer for a feature in the San Francisco Chronicle pegging to the release of her second full-length feature, Seducing Charlie Barker, which is based on Theresa Rebeck's play The Scene, which Glazer directed at SF Playhouse in 2008. (Read my review of that production here.)

You can read my interview with Glazer here.

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Review: `The Scene’

Feb 03

Opened Feb. 2, 2008 at SF Playhouse The Scene makes a scene at SF Playhouse Three stars Scene to be seen By all rights, opening night of SF Playhouse’s The Scene should have been a disaster. The company, which has really come into its own during this, its fifth season, had every reason to believe The Scene would in fact be a scene. They had imported a...

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Daphne Zuniga comes home

Jan 29

After a career of movies (The Sure Thing, Spaceballs) and TV (Melrose Place, One Tree Hill), Daphne Zuniga was ready to go back where it all started: to the theater. The Berkeley native was something of a rebel as a girl until a wise teacher channeled her energy into something completely foreign to her at that time: drama class. That led to classes in the Young...

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