Posts tagged "Katherine Swan"

"The Goddess" (The Artistic Home): Honest, True-Hollywood Revelations

"The Goddess" (The Artistic Home):  Honest, True-Hollywood Revelations
The Artistic Home presents THE GODDESS. Screen-playwright Paddy Chayefsky penned a Hollywood exposé.  He wrote about small town, unloved Emily Ann blossoming into Tinsel Town siren Rita.  Although Chayefsky denies that she is based on Marilyn Monroe, his Rita also became entangled with a sports celebrity and drugs on her climb to fame. The glamour of her... Read more »

"Beaten" (The Artistic Home): American Masterpiece Debut

"Beaten" (The Artistic Home):  American Masterpiece Debut
The Artistic Home presents the World Premiere of BEATEN. Playwright Scott Woldman debuts a compelling triple generational tale.  Woldman tells the story of the impact of domestic violence on three women in one household.  We see these women’s lives unravel into a pile of tangled knots.  Their relationships with men and to each other are... Read more »

"Tea and Sympathy" (The Artistic Home): Thought-Provoking Subject Matter

"Tea and Sympathy" (The Artistic Home):  Thought-Provoking Subject Matter
#57.  Jock, fairy, slut, bully… labels have transcended time.  But how has our reaction to them stood the test of decades? Do we continue to be bystanders against or advocates for individuality? The Artistic Home presents TEA AND SYMPATHY.  It’s the 1950’s.  A quick dip at the local swimming hole leads to destruction at an... Read more »
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"A Touch of Poet" (The Artistic Home): Powerful Pretend!

Life is a lot of work! Shelter, food, survival are the results of hard labor.  The upper class believes they are above the daily drudgery.  They embrace a lifestyle of privilege.  Their every comfort is someone else’s responsibility.   And if they can afford it, more power to them.  Entitlement comes at a cost. The Artistic... Read more »