Mornings Begin Punctually at Seven in Purple Rose’s Latest

By Daniel Skora Art is never created in a vacuum. In some form or fashion, it’s reflective of the time and the place in which it was created. Yet truths can be found in artistic expressions no matter where or when they were created because all have to some degree a concern for the human … More Mornings Begin Punctually at Seven in Purple Rose’s Latest

“Sex with Strangers” at Detroit Public Theatre

By Daniel Skora Now that we’ve got everyone’s attention! Actually, as salacious as the title of Laura Eason’s play might sound, “Sex with Strangers” is more about publishing in the digital age than it is about wanton expressions of love. Any romantic encounters that take place on the Detroit Public Theatre stage between the play’s … More “Sex with Strangers” at Detroit Public Theatre

“Oh, What a (Marvelous) Night” at Detroit Public Theatre

By Daniel Skora Hi-diddle-dee-dee / An actor’s life for me… Sung by J. Worthington Foulfellow in Walt Disney’s animated film Pinocchio  And so it was that a second grader put on a furry costume, walked around on all fours,  and got bitten by the acting bug playing Toto in a school production of “The Wizard … More “Oh, What a (Marvelous) Night” at Detroit Public Theatre