The Steiny Road Poet reviews the art of an Italian painter—Guiseppe De Nittis—who blended Realism and Impressionism.
The Steiny Road Poet reviews Sanaz Toossi's play English and compares it to Gertrude Stein, living in France and writing for an American public who didn't understand what she wrote in English.
The Steiny Road Poet reviews The Kevin Puts and Greg Pierce opera The Hours which mixes the real life author Virginia Woolf and two fictional character.
The Steiny Road Poet reviews Martin McDonagh’s film The Banshees of Inisherin within the context of Gertrude Stein sitting out World War II in France on the German Border.
The Steiny Road Poet presents the curious case of the magazine publisher who liked Steiny's work but not in the voice of Paul Bowles.
The Steiny Road Poet reprises the 2012 interview with U Penn professor Al Filreis whose online Modern & Contemporary American Poetry (ModPo) has introduced thousands to poetry Including Gertrude Stein.
The Dresser reviews The NIghtsong of Orpheus, a wonderfully conceived new opera produced by INSeries in partnership with Theatre Nohgaku.
Karren Alenier reviews Carlisle Floyd’s opera Susannah as produced by Wolf Trap Opera which speaks to our times and troubles
The Steiny Road Poet reviews the spectacular production of Shakespeare’s Midsummer Night’s Dream by director Malana Maog as produced by Washington, DC’s Folger Theatre.
Port of Leaving by Roberto Christiano is a compelling journey of self-examination—a blues of longing—that opens out to the world we live in. A full-length book of poetry from Finishing Line Press.
Joshua Weiner has produced a stunning translation of Nobel Prize winning poet Nelly Sachs' Flight and Metamorphosis.
In May 2022, UrbanArias premiered composer Stephen Eddin and librettist Michael O'Brien's chamber opera Why I Live at the PO.