Looking back over my blogs of the past, I discovered some themes that either needed resolution or continuation. This is the first blog that hits on that idea.
I found a blog from a while back where I posted a review from Doctor Faustus. I remember being so excited just to see my name printed! This summer, I received a rather nice notice for my performance as Priam in Montford Park Players “Troilus and Cressida,” in a review penned by Steven Samuels.
. . . Shakespeare’s language is handled especially well by Mycoff, Marshall, Madden, and Nathan [Hathaway] in a surprisingly sympathetic reading of the minor part of the Trojan ruler Priam . . .
The review was posted in the Mountain Express. It was quite flattering and very nice to be noticed for such a small role. Performing in Troilus and Cressida was an extremely enriching experiences of my theatrical life, and for that I have the wonderful cast and crew to thank. In particular our director Jason Williams. He also directed Doctor Faustus, which was another highlight in my playing experiences. It was a lovely surprise to remember these two lovely productions. If you haven’t read Troilus and Cressida, do so. What you find may surprise you.
Swimming in the sea of memory,