New articles: Bill Vollmann Q&A, theater (p)reviews, film & more

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Another article roundup:

  • A review of Interplayers’ production of Barrymore; the unedited review was posted in full on my blog (Inlander, March 6)
  • In Search of Another Rush,” a preview of the first-ever 24-hour play festival at Stage Left Spokane (Inlander, March 20)
  • A Man of Many Faces,” an interview with Chester Gregory of the nationally touring production of Sister Act (Inlander, March 20)
  • Redneck Mother,” a preview of The Great American Trailer Park Musical at Lake City Playhouse (Inlander, March 27)
  • The Renegade,” a Q&A with the author William T. Vollmann; the entire conversation was posted in full on my blog (Inlander, April 3)
  • Childish Things,” a preview of the Spokane Civic Theatre’s production of The Three Musketeers (Inlander, April 3)
  • Dark Deeds,” a review of Interplayers’ production of a new adaptation of Wait Until Dark (Inlander, April 10)
  • Summer on Stage,” an overview of the Spokane Civic Theatre’s acting camps for the Inlander‘s Summer Camp Guide (Inlander, April 24)
  • Puzzling It Out,” a preview of Becky’s New Car at the Spokane Civic Theatre (Inlander, May 1)
  • Kander and Ebb and Flow,” a preview of Interplayers’ production of the Kander and Ebb revue And the World Goes ‘Round (Inlander, May 8)
  • Kings of the B Movie,” a double review of Chris Nashawaty’s Roger Corman retrospective, Crab Monsters, Teenage Cavemen, and Candy Stripe Nurses, and Noah Isenberg’s Edgar G. Ulmer: A filmmaker at the margins (Times Literary Supplement, May 15)
  • The Exposé,” a preview of the Spokane Civic Theatre’s main-stage production of Gypsy (Inlander, May 15)

In the interstices between those articles, I’ve been translating another issue of Driving Performance: The AMG Magazine and sinking many pro bono hours into preparing for the second season of the Emerson-Garfield Farmers’ Market.

There are also a couple of completed articles already in various editorial hoppers, including a review of W.G. Sebald’s A Place in the Country for Rain Taxi and a feature article on apprehensions toward childbirth in InHealth.