17 Burst results for "John Ware"

"john ware" Discussed on Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu

Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu

03:20 min | 5 months ago

"john ware" Discussed on Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu

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"john ware" Discussed on Wood Talk

Wood Talk

02:10 min | 7 months ago

"john ware" Discussed on Wood Talk

"Five star reviews in the show has oh come on man. Terrible at this review channel will play but at the end of the show. You're saying it's a fancy bucket more reviews and our podcast tensest. Here's what we're saying. Is it actually a fancy bucket or is it just a bucket lid. What they're doing. Because i know the product. Yeah the last time. I saw at least when they first introduced it was the full. Get up like you know. The separator in the bucket probably deserves more five star reviews i had one of those two stage extractors and it was just a trash can lid that i that i would take exception to but if it's a full bucket then yeah i mean we've talked on this show in the past exactly was using extra buck and we'll you know what if you want to help support the show you can do so go to patriots dot com slash woodstock and sign up to become a patron of our show. This week we're thinking. neil newman. Dan broderick anthony. Sergeant john ware. An austin jones. Oh i'm going to clarify that. The dust right separator that retails for ninety. Nine dollars is the full unit with the bucket. Lid yep pretty cool right let me scroll down past this giant graphic. That's in the document here. I can't see that there. That would be my fault. Let's get to. What's on the bench. So i just finished shop project. Sometimes these can be the most frustrating suit should be the simplest thing. I'm just making this. Vertical swing out rack. The plywood aspect of is not the problem anchoring at to the wall and then you know you guys know my floors right there. Awful and trying to have this swing out and stay in. It's plain not sag at all. That's the real challenge with projects two years from now where it doesn't like pull off the wall anymore because the floor move. We're going to have to watch things. Like i'm gonna like all..

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"john ware" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

05:43 min | 7 months ago

"john ware" Discussed on Fresh Air

"Air's emory bolden auto recorded with rene lease goldsberry. She won a tony for her performance in hamilton and a grammy for her work on the cast recording goes berry is now one of the stars of the new comedy series girls five ever that's on nbc's streaming platform peacock. One of your breakout moments was in a production at shakespeare in the park. The musical two gentlemen of rona. And you've got great reviews the times called you What is it. I can tell you. Oh your time spark of musical whitten vitality. I believe there's so this is a show spear in the park. What year is two thousand. Five two thousand five did that show. What was the impact on your career. It was huge. It was huge. I remember when i got the soap opera. I was still in the soap opera. At the time i remember. My fear of the job was that i would be not written for but in a contract where i i was just sitting there and i couldn't do anything else and the beauty is the opposite happened. They did end up writing for me. And i had an opportunity my executive producer. Frank valentini let me do all the theater in the world. He's made it work. And kathleen marshall cast me to play. Sylvia in two gentlemen of verona opposite normal lewis with rosario dawson and oscar isaac and there. I was in the show. Because kathleen marshall just took a chance on me from my audition. I was nobody and she created. It's just like wicky. It's like they created this amazingly interesting fantastic character. They put this huge afro on me and engineered some amazing boobs somehow. In this address. I had the greatest music written by galt. Mcdermott and john ware. And and for whatever reason the sun literally went down and the moon came up in the stars started shining on my number every single night in the park so there was a lot working for me and it was amazing. I got great reviews and it definitely was the turning point in my career from being a working actor in a soap opera. Who could replacement cast people in broadway shows to being an actor that could actually originate parts and shows that people actually would look to me and actually give me a shot. And i used to. I would come out from the theater and people that had totally ignored me an audition. There were doing that dreamgirls movie like i couldn't even get past the first round in any of these auditions the two weeks later. I'm in shakespeare in the park. And i would end these same casting. Directors would be begging themselves to just get me to say hello to them and all of this happened in my career. At the moment that i was pregnant. I was three three and a half months pregnant and i remember thinking. This is so ironic because my careers finally going to happen. And all i wanna do is paint a baby room and so then. What was your next role. After i got cast to be nettie in the first broadway production of the color purple and i remember being at that audition and i sang before before i left. They actually sat me down. It's the only time this has happened for a broadway show where they sat me in the room and they all told me that they were praying..

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"john ware" Discussed on Cory Doctorow's craphound.com » Podcast

Cory Doctorow's craphound.com » Podcast

02:46 min | 1 year ago

"john ware" Discussed on Cory Doctorow's craphound.com » Podcast

"And that's true of all these things. We were predicting and extrapolating as like having an adult child who died. I mean there's a kind of grief about it but there's also the lack of a summary for it so you know it's not just that you suggested that it becomes glamorous i mean in a young people are pretty even a demon is is pretty at sixteen as tested japanese. Say right but nobody stays sixteen thirty to forty eight right okay. Science fiction's not used to writing about de glamorized. Forty eight year old technologies. And if you do nothing but suggest and you kind of never go there. It's kind of emotional abandon so i i love that answer. I in at t's up. What i wanna talk to chris about next chris. You know so much of Science fiction Cyberpunk rather is about aesthetics as well as technology. I think i think gibson called the poetics of technology. And you have written this trilogy. This kind of Ecological catastrophe trilogy. That is extremely pastoral. So on the contrast these very technological noir literally you know flaring flaring oil derricks and an blighted lands with this incredible lauch pastoral description. Right out of john ware or like a kim stanley robinson novel. And you you do this daily Natural naturist. I always forget which one is a nudist. In which one is someone who likes nature whichever one who likes naturalist. I guess naturalist that that you do. These naturalist newsletters visa. But i wanted to know like how. How does how have you found a linkage between pastoralism which i think that the peak of cyberpunk was like the antithesis of cyberpunk and and cyberpunk itself is recognizably. The thing in its opposite the well. I mean when i set out to write traffic of kansas. I was trying to write a very kind of post cyberpunk novel about democracy. Three dotto about how people could use networks to create a more authentically participatory democracy and To get there..

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"john ware" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

06:50 min | 1 year ago

"john ware" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"US only 6 45 traffic. We got some delays out there. Your typical delays building North found out 35, starting from slaughter up to stash the typical story there And then he had old Tor Finn. You're slow up, Tio Ah to Cesar Chavez. Not singing Rex installs Don Prior with Austin's on time traffic, Cloudy skies for most of today, it'll be rather human behind today at 82 department copy skies tonight, another human evening and a low 66 from the Weather Center. I'm Steve Williams. So Dr Anthony found he's warning Americans. They need to hunker down during the fall and winter months for the next few weeks, he says. We need to hunker down hunker down. That's the newest message from the county of the countries. Top infectious disease experts even as several states reporting a decline in Copan 19 cases putting here in Texas doctor pouches wanting this fall and the winter could be challenging. It is every year, Doctor. We have the flu that comes around this time of year. And yes, a lot of people do get it. So, yeah, it's gonna be very challenging because you know flu symptoms kind of very similar to Copan system symptoms. How she says a spike in cases on college campuses plus more people headed indoors where this virus spreads more easily and covert 19 stacked on top of the flu, But he says it could spell big trouble. Yeah, I remember flew over that. Yeah, that's almost like the flu has gone away. Wei don't know what to expect this winter and we'll just see what happens. But I'll get my flu shot again. Got it last year for the first time and if we get the vaccine Going for covert. I'll be there. Ready to go. You just go first. If you don't want to take first. Now you go. You go. We'll flip a coin. And last year was the first time you've actually got the flu shot. Yeah. What? And why is that? Just just never thought of it. You're just never never thought you needed to again. A lot of it's not a political statement. Anything you know, Manti back, sir. No. No just realized that you know, the older you get, the more important it is to probably do that. And now I just avoided it all those years simply because ah sort of so many people that would have a bad reaction to the flu shot that they would actually literally kind of get the flu for 24 hours, And it's You know, I really don't want to do that, And I don't want to be. I mean, some people may not want to take the chance of getting the cove it for 24 hours, Right, right, and Ivanka Trump, she says When the corona virus vaccine is available, she'll take it and she'll do it live on the view. She says she was responding to a challenge from the view co host Joy bare. Wednesday, suggesting the president Trump was trying to rush the vaccine through before it was safe and fully tested, Bear said on the show. I'll take the I'll take the vaccine after Ivanka takes it and they don't Thursday Ivanka tweeted. I would come on your show to do so. I trust the FDA and should unsocial all American, she says. Well, I trust him as well. And I'm not on antibiotics or never close to its show. Yeah, I'm now. Well, the thing is, we already have people that are have already been first in line. Those that are taking part of the trial show I won't have. Ah, will not have a problem getting it as soon as it's available. Let's go to Phoenix. Dave is on the tide of Don show. Hey, Dave. Good morning. Hey, Dave. Well, never had a vaccine never had the flu, except for when I was in the first grade or when they're in there with the little prick. On the shoulder and they would understood how it went from getting a little bit of something to get a whole lot of trust pills. Anyway, what I called here in Phoenix? We have a live theory, actually. But I saw Trump signs everywhere. Oh, yeah, Everybody's yard. Yeah. You know, it's only in the where the liver of parts are now down town thinking they got a little bit of that because of the mayor's a liberal. I think some people are avoiding putting up because they're afraid. No, they're homely or cars maybe vandalized. You know, we've seen some of that's it's It's what we become The point they're very left is very agitated in very upset. That's how very fascist to me it is. You know, when when you're when it's my way or the highway or we're going to kill you. I think that's pretty much what we used to call fast number socialism, but that seems to be accepted. Dawson. That's just a shame you got we need. We need to take back Boston. That's you know, not violently. We just didn't need. I'll show up downtown at the Poles at the polls show you do ask. Oh, no. Vote by person you go. Thank you. So Leander Police Department says that man accused of striking and killing two people on a motorcycle before fleeing the scene early Wednesday morning. Was on the run from officers in land passes at the time of the crash. 21 year old Alan Justine Gayton of Hutto was arrested after the crash at the intersection of Highway 1 83. And the 1 83 a toll road and he was charged with possession of a controlled substance and two counts of felony to fail and stop and render raid in action involving death. Leander Police say the gate and fled the scene of the crash on foot and Internet nearby convenience store began fleeing again into the woods. Gaitan also had outstanding warrants for his arrest from Austin and from Travis County for assault, family violence, interference with an emergency call and evading arrest in a vehicle and unlawful restraint. This guys get Got a history of running and fighting. The cops was a mess. He's locked up right now. He's 21 years old, but thank God he's on the streets. There's no telling how many people he has killed. We know how to write. I mean, this guy's got he's he was on a path of destruction, Wass now. They also say the investigation is still ongoing, and additional charges are pending, as it was learned that Gaitan was in the process of fleeing officers at land passes Moments before the fatal crash. He's locked up in the Williamson County jail. The victim's 40 year old John Ware and a 17 year old son, John, where junior Bertram, Texas, John, where Junior was a student and burn in high school. You know, sad story for that family this I'd like to Lowell. Little bit more about the chase involving land passes. Police where they they they let up coming down. 1, 83 lamb, Pat, you know, coming out of land passes and turned around and then You know, maybe alerted, you know Williamson County authorities. He's coming your direction. What were they right there on his tail the whole time. You know what I mean, with lights place, and we don't know those answers. That's something that lamp passes and against the Sheriff's department in Williamson County is going to have to answer. This is a far different picture than what we you know. You thought maybe it happened, which was strictly an accident. And then he, you know, panicked and ran. There was a hell of a lot more going on here..

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"john ware" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:46 min | 1 year ago

"john ware" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Day on Alan Ministry. I tell him the black how boys had a big part of the American West and that they came here to be free. Just like my grandfather, Walter Thompson and thousands of other black men and women. I tell him that one out of every four Kabul was black on that There were some of the most daring and adventurous riders, and they had names like Bill Pickett, not Love and John Ware and thousands of others whose names we'll never know, but whose stories continue to live on today. They're embodied and people like Anthony every kid out here looking up to somebody and it could be you, Walter. Me team, So it's like you got a set of, you know, a different path. See, I love doing it. I'm changing a life to be OK. What do you like? Like small horses like fast horses Center. You should like cattle there embody than people like 10 year old Josh. She want to go home to your father. You want to be in the cow is walking into being a great ray. Like young. Yes, It's like the world Just Chills out. Four minutes is like you're in control of something, and they're embodied in the city of Compton looking cowboys looking Walter. How do you hope that the's stories about Ellen which are your stories, but they're also the stories of the city in a bigger way. How do you hope that they're going to resonate? With people across California. I'm really hoping that that a shell like coffee love can really like Unpack a lot of the sort of like stare attacks in shops about a city like palm trees in Hollywood, like you know, the beaches and I think all of those sort of areas exist, but there's like so many layers. And my version of that leg is, you know, mostly people of color, and it's It's like enough folks who have immigrated to this country. It's like you know, black folks who had been in there for 23 generations. Now, you know who have also been displaced, and I think This show for me. It was like, really a love letter Tau. Both my friends and family who have chose to stay in l A despite you know gentrification, despite the increasing in housing costs and also For a long time friends and family who have been forced out about like and forced out of their homes and communities. You know, there's a lot of nostalgia initial and it's also a lot of grief from sadness, and I think and joy, right, and I think I'm hoping that people can experience all of that in a way that's like Love hyper specific to l A but also universal, but also just love how like like to me, it's It's like this I crash site for like so many different worlds and experiences. And languages and cultures, Right? And I think you know if you grew up in l A. You know, you have essentially growing up in it in a really global city. Right. So to me, it's like living and understanding outlays way of understanding the world, So I really appreciate that. Walter Thompson. Hernandez is the host of the new podcast. California Love from our partners at Atlas Studios, and hey, next week, you can have an opportunity to chat with Walter about his show. He's going to be in conversation with Tanya, mostly host of Kiki.

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"john ware" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:14 min | 1 year ago

"john ware" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Thought If I could go back and talk to young Walter, I would tell him that they were black cowboys all along. Long before he was surprised to see them that day on Alan Ministry. I tell him the black how boys had a big part of the American West and that they came here to be free. Just like my grandfather, Walter Thompson and thousands of other black men and women. I tell him that one out of every four Koblenz was black on that There were some of the most daring and adventurous riders, and they had names like Bill Pickett, not Love and John Ware and thousands of others whose names we'll never know, but whose stories continue to live on today. They're embodied in people like Anthony every hour here, looking up to somebody and it could be you, Walter. Me team, So it's like you got a set of, you know a different path. That's what I love doing. Changing a life to be okay. Would do you like like small horses like fast horses Courses center used like cattle. They're in body than people, like 10 year old Josh Cow isn't walking into being a great rate like young whores. Yes, it's like the world. Chills out. Four minutes is like you're in control and their embodied in the city of Compton looking cow boys looking good. Walter. How do you hope that the's stories about Ellen which are your stories, but they're also the stories of the city in a bigger way. How do you hope that they're going to resonate? With people across California. I'm really hoping that that a shot like coffee love can really sort of like Unpack a lot of the sort of like stereotypes in tropes about a city like palm trees in Hollywood, like you know, the beaches, and I think all of those sort of areas exist, but there's like so many layers and in my region about late is, you know mostly people of color, and it's it's like Enough folks who have immigrated to this country. It's like you know, black folks who had been in for 23 generations. Now you know who have also been displaced. And I think this show for me was like Really a love letter Tau. Both my friends and family who have chose to stay in Ally despite you know gentrification, despite the increasing in housing costs and also For a lot of my friends and family who have been forced out about like and forced out of their homes and communities. There's a lot of nostalgia in the ocean, and it's also a lot of grief from sadness, and I think and joy, right, and I think I'm hoping that people can experience all of that in a way.

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"john ware" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

12:07 min | 2 years ago

"john ware" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"On the next rush air John Bolton on the warpath. We talk with Dexter. Filkins deaf writer for the New Yorker about his article on President Trump's national security advisor. John Bolton the hukou. Former Fox News commentator Bolton's aggressive worldview contrast with Trump's 'isolation est. Tendencies join us weekdays at two on ninety three point nine FM WNYC. All of it. And WNYC, I'm Alison Stewart. We're back with my conversation with playwright John ware, an actor John Larroquette their show at Lincoln center theater is called Mantaro sleigh ride, and it's running through this Sunday may fifth part. Two of this conversation begins with John Larroquette explaining that. He's on stage for the entire run of the show percent is there's a small scene at the very top of two that's monologue by the by. Stacey sergeant playing this secretary character who tells the story, but I am on stage on the couch. Waiting for license. You go off to change your pants. I do go up. What do you do to make sure that you stay healthy? Yes. I don't. I don't do anything. Right. Yes. I to hardy man, I guess, I suppose I take vitamins and things and luckily, I have a wife who's very good at cooking. Who can keep me nutritious not that she cooks for me all the time. But reminds me to eat and stuff, I seem to have some stamina left. Even though I'm getting up there as well. Like, Mr. and I just love the I found my island of competence. I guess we call it on the stage as an actor and it keeps me alive. What's that? I never heard that island of con- competence, the place where I seem to be is that you're not. But acting I don't think I can do much else. Well in life except chop wood. I can do that. And so alive in that. And it it just keeps me going in the near view of the play. Mr. it said something so interesting described you as one of the few major drama test who dares to make plays from the kinds of anecdotes about which we say at cocktail parties. If this were play you'd never believe it. How do you know an anecdote can go into a deeper theme? Well, that's not. So because most everything in that play happened to me. They're not things overheard. That. Sometimes you can hear something the way that six degrees was told to me. Was told to me as an anecdote by the Elliott's who had experienced the scam. But everything in this play. It doesn't apply to this play must say in my defense. That. This is probably believe it or not the most what of graphical play I've ever written. And so it's that's that's that's the source of it. It's curious when you do rewrites when it's auto biographical about the choices about what you decide to keep in. And what goes, well, I'll tell you. My main problem was creating an alternate me. And it's it's not me experience him. It's my fictional me. It's the alternate me that I can't say this is what I John fell. No, this is what I in my other life is Ed been gallery felt and that's why boy has figured so deeply in the play because it's all about all at lives, alternate path. We can take it any given moment. Yes. So this play of. It was informed. Not by cocktail party anecdotes. But by examining what had happened to me at that. Period. John when you were working on the character in you're playing character who so closely related to the playwright. Did you interview Mr. voyeur staunching? No not. No, I did not I figure that Jason Robards one set if it's not on the page. It's not on the stage, and considering what a great right of this man is I figured that what he meant to say. And all I need to know about what he meant to say he said on the page. So my job was just to know that as deeply as I could and allow my performance and my timing as it were to informed by that. And also by MRs acts who had worked so closely with Mr. guar over the years of taking this piece of coal and making it the diamond that it's become my job is to show up suit up and do the best job. I can well does that make Jerry sax. The coach. Coaching? You got no question. Make your point act on the line. That's a great direction and act on the line. And I've been the moment and live in the moment. You've never been here before every. Jerry hate all rumination all looking back. All self-pity. It's got to be where I am. Right. This very instant acting on the line. Well, if it's raining outside you don't then sit and look out the window. It's raining outside you active what it's raining outside. You know, you say you live in the line and not before or after just it's some of that can be distilled to timing that just don't want to, you know, take time make your point make your next point. You know, because every seen the something you want somebody trying to stop you from getting what you want. So you have an obstacle in every scene. And no matter what you're doing. If opening a door the doors there, you have to get into the door you have to pass the door. So as an actor you just figure out what's the easiest and fastest way for me to get what I want out of the scene. That's interesting. Acting one a one. Hey, by the way, this just in about the island of idea of islands of competence proposed by a PHD named Robert b Brooks as a metaphor for parents of children affected with ADHD to help their kids develop resilient, and they -bility to bounce back and recover quickly from difficulties your what a good staff you have. We do have crackerjack producers here. The incident was wrong. Mr. gallery says my guests are John larrikin John where we're talking about Nantucket sleigh ride playing at Lincoln center through may fifth. Mr. there's there are deep. They're runs to the play, untruth truthfulness. We're trying to figure out. What's real? What's not are we as the audience supposed to be a little confused? Are we supposed to question the reality of every every memory and everything that said much that we're following with? I think the play. Yes, we don't we're following Edmund gallery. We're seeing the playthrough his eyes and. Very much. Yes. So we don't everything's constantly shifting, and we don't know. Way. I thought I knew this. Oh, I have always that. True. Yes. So it's about balancing. It's not a play where you just say. Oh, now, I know that now I can sit back and relax everything, you know, might be violated the next the next thirty seconds. You mentioned earlier Borjas appearances in the play. Can you describe that for our listeners, you'll do much better job than I will will boy has at that time again going back to the seventy I loved boy has still do it just meant the world, and I traveled with and I would have his book labyrinth, and I would underline it was as if he was speaking to me only is it has wrote who's one of the greatest writers of the twentieth century. But as if bore has was writing only for me. Yes, I am is ideal audience. This is you and I and I wanted to play to have that that reliance on another way when we're kids when we're young we we travel with what whatever it is the magic that's going to unlock the key to this thing called life when we're young. And so that's that's what's that is giving the children bring that book back to him. And so at the end he's able to come to terms bore his at the end new, and yes, so that's it's a salute to that that that time in our lives when we fall in love with a right? Weather's f Scott, FitzGerald Hemingway, or boy has say this is my writer, James Joyce Samuel Beckett. The only one who understands me this is. Yes, I am the ideal audience, and that's what board has for him so much. So that he appears in the play it anytime he chooses to. To give off sin. That that that money is has Edmund who's called Monday, his underlined. So it's all underlying these the book what's underlined in the book, my guess, John Larroquette, and John we're talking about Nantucket sleigh ride, which is playing through may fifth eight sought last weekend with a friend. It was the second time seeing it and he said he saw different things the second time, which I thought was wonderful for someone who's who's thinking. I might go. Check out the show this interesting and strange and wonderful. Is there one thing you'd like them to notice in the play one scene? One one point some piece of dialogue. No, I. Because I for me if I could isolate the play down to a moment to say to notice this this'll be the key to the play. I it would have been a different play. No. It's a play about wit. It's as I was trying to find the center of the plate in writing it. It's about a man trying to find the center of his life. The center keeps changing all the time. And I want to ask I would much have you say. Have you come into play a second hand and say, wait. What have I relied on? What what what do I make as concrete? What do I said as as firm that keeps changing? Yes. That's I would like to be aware of how fragile air go all the more precious. Our lives are because nothing is ever dependable nothing. We can never trust anything. We can never look at one thing and say, oh, yes. That explains it that's the expansion. The name of the players Nantucket sleigh ride, John Larroquette and John ware. Thank you so much making time for us today. Our pleasure. Thank you Lincoln. On WNYC. Welcome back to all of it on WNYC. A recent study of more than forty thousand artworks in the collection of eighteen of the United States. Biggest museums reveal that eighty five percent of the artists represented are white and eighty seven percent are men. The Brooklyn use aim is breaking with that trend with a show centered around free Ticao the show is called free Ticao appearances can be deceiving. It takes us deep into the intricacies of her outward image and herself image identity as an artist daughter wife accident survivor and world traveler, the show features Carlos clothing, the braces, she wars the result of an accident photos of her father and video of her home. It was curated by Kathryn Morris. Sackler senior curator for the Elizabeth Sackler center for feminist art and Lisa small senior curator of European art at the Brooklyn museum the show runs to may twelfth. And the museum just announced that due to high demand. They will be extending viewing hours for the exhibition until ten pm for the last ten. Ten days of the show, they strongly recommend purchasing.

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"john ware" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

10:46 min | 2 years ago

"john ware" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Welcome back to all of it. Alison Stewart, thanks for. Joining me this hour, an anti sleigh ride is an old whaling term refers to what happened when harpooned whales would attempt to flee their hunters while still attached to the harpoon and rope the whales would drag a small boat of whalers for long period of time all over the place until the mammal finally tired out Nantucket sleigh ride is the name of John Blair's, new play Lincoln center theater, and we the audience get to witness a wild emotional ride that challenges the meaning of memory. This includes a number of marital affairs, some salty new Englanders seeking revenge and an appearance by a partially defrosted, Walt Disney this real play is running at Lincoln center now but only through this Sunday fifth stars Tony award winning actor Jon lower kit and lead role of Edmund gallery, which is not too far off from the name where the whole ride starts went to kinda weirdo show up at Edmond growl office. He wrote. A play once upon a time that became famous in nineteen seventy five that was then now he's a stockbroker type. And then one day these two oddball say they need him to help recall a time that Gowrie spent with them when they were kids a time, they say, they have no memory of. And that is where the sleigh ride begins. I talked to John's where lower cat about the show and began by asking Mr. wear why he wanted to explore a quote memory play at this moment in a story career. I'm getting up there. And I'm swamped by memories, I'm swamped by things that happened to me that my God that, you know, I live in a house out at the beach in the summer that I grew up, and I've spent every some of my house and my life in the same house on the south shore of Long Island and I live with memories, and I have friends there that I've known since I've been seven years old. And it's very weird an odd neighborhood doesn't change. I mean, people just tend to stay there. And so I I live in a place house. My father built with his buddies in nineteen thirty and I spent every summer of my life there. And you know, I didn't know what house trouble me tremendously, mini, mini, but forty forty five years ago what to do with it because it was so filled with memories, I couldn't walk into. It was just I felt it was like cobwebs. I just maybe I couldn't not be there. But hated to be there, and my wife said she said why the houses to why don't we make one wanted? I said. I so many ghosts. She said yes, but they're dead. And we're not I said, oh, and so we spent the last forty five years together making the house hours, and the ghost is still there. I live in memory. I can't it's like gum. I it's the older. I get the more Pete with when did that happen? Did that happen into that happened? I what happened that. Yes. So I'm I'm overwhelmed by memory, John. You are character. And we meet him. He's working these two sort of bound into his office. And what does he say, look what Brooklyn looks like? Yes. Because he asks if they mentioned his plan the asks they say, why don't they revive you're playing? I say provide forgotten play in playwrights dream is never really what happens. And then I wait wait you produces thinking that perhaps they've come in here, this younger generation discovered this lost work, and what to do it. And they say, no. And I say because you're very downtown. You look like what I read about Brooklyn, which quite frankly, I have no idea that means. Right away. I don't I'm not from here. Have I spent a great time here. But it's funny line knowing this man, I just try to time it correctly. So that the audience gets it. Why does he deny knowing them or knowing what they're about when they first come in because of the idea that that time once he does realize it that it was very traumatic? I mean, it was a as far as as an actor you build your own story that sometimes is in conflict with the playwright story. But that's fine. Because I don't ever have to say anything about it. I just have to look at Mr. wears creation and try to recreate it as best I can that. It was a time that was fanatic and yet and yet joyful, and it was an epiphany for him that summer, but it was painful, and I don't think he wants to go back there immediately. But my again, the actor life inside I think he recognizes in the moment they walk in the door. Once he sees the book, and he's just trying to like just get him out get him out. And then finally he can't. And so he's pushed back to that time in order to explain himself. To the audience and to himself, you see it your body language. You can see that immediately. He has to it's it's too big a thing to have that book. Look at these two people that are adults now. But that, but he knows who they are Nantucket. Why? Now tuck it took it as the young woman in the play is the Nantucket the place where you go to change your life. And that's what happened to me. I was in the in the early seventies. I was just in my life was at the sand. Snow at a standstill didn't come to an end. I didn't know where to go to do. I'd have to play house believes it opening admits excess two gentlemen of Verona was running in the success and freedom. And I didn't know I was the end of something. And I got a call out of the blue. If it did I wanna come to Nantucket and start a theater, and I said, yes, and I moved in Antioch. And we started a. And it changed my life. I met my woman will be met my wife there. I had a house there. I love Nantucket for about about seventy nine. It could be too hard to get up and down. Then we took over the house. My father's house at the beach on Long Island. And but talk it was a key point Nantucket is anybody with that point. It was a place where you went to change your life people said that then and. In. I believe it. Yeah. They Nantucket Martha's Vineyard your cashier could have PHD because people just start over again. And also, it's interesting. I thought was Nantucket in the nineteen seventies was remote. This is really hard to get on to get the legend is even Martha's Vineyard is connected to the mainland of America under the water. But Nantucket, maybe the only part of America that is not connected to the mainland. It is rock out this thirty miles at sea that has its own vegetation its own animals. Yes. And back then in it had not been discovered by the hedge fund people the private planes. It was a far away island, and it was absolutely remarkable play dusty and. And nutty and beautiful and private John. When you think about is an actor as you're building your character and figure out where he's coming from. When you have a setting like Nantucket in the nineteen seventies. How does that inform? Your performance. From the Madras pants, the very plaid pants. I read about Nantucket just because I think I was there once or twice at working on the east coast and decided to take a trip month as vineyard. I couldn't guarantee you that I'd been on talk it. So just reading about those kinds of small places that were that that are connected to culture, but yet separate from that culture and grow up themselves and where I grew up. There were a lot of barrier islands down as the father south, you get into Louisiana as you get to the Gulf of Mexico venison places that were unique. And yet still connected somehow. So the idea of going to a place like Nantucket to when I read the line, you come the change your life. I realized that well it's offices involved in those kinds of places. So you just put that in the back of your mind. I'm not a serious actor, I say, well, I. I try to bring alive with this man is written. And I try to do the best. I can with that. And whatever. Theories or methods have are sometimes even pay to me. I just get in there and try and live that moment as best. I can I guess John and John where we're talking about the new play tug at sleigh ride, which is Lincoln center through may fifth. It's interesting. I'm not a serious actor on your Twitter account says actor by profession clown. Vocation advocates say avocation, that's helpful for this role this role eerie, I think that the more I became a whip. Once I owned it. I was in this character, basically doesn't leave the stage for the entire length of the play. So I knew that I had to gauge myself, and no it as deeply and as intricately as I could. So that I could forget it and just be not look for the comedy. But look for the truth, Mr. writing, and that the comedy would come because of that not to not treat it like I've never treated it like a comedy now as we're running it a bit. I can see the timing. I don't quite get to the comic actor the vaudeville rule of you tell the audience what you're gonna do you do it. And then you tell the audience you did it I try to avoid that bit. Because then it gets a little slapsticky which never couple of lines that are like that. But it's fine. So just to inhabit the characters best. I can is what I try to. So once the character Edmund gets to tuck, it he is he's experiencing this Nantucket culture, this New England or culture, his play is extremely popular there, something he's not. So sure he's happy about everyone's quoting lines to him. They've all performed it yet. No one wants to sign the play. He constantly offers to sign the play. But people don't take him up on it. Everybody's mad at refused to come up and see their production. The town hates him because that's the players about about that actually happened to me once somebody asked me to come to your production my plan. I I I know and they blasted me on face with for years. I was two. Because that's that's that struck me. My guests are player at John ware and actor John Larroquette bring you a rebroadcast of my conversation with John's about their show and took it sleigh ride. It's currently running at Lincoln center theater through this Sunday may fifth. We'll have more of them after a quick break..

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11:32 min | 2 years ago

"john ware" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Welcome back to all of it on WNYC AM, Alison Stewart, we're back with my conversation with playwright John ware, an actor John Larroquette their show at Lincoln center theater is called men target sleigh ride, and it's running through this Sunday may fifth part. Two of this conversation begins with John Larroquette explaining that. He's on stage for the entire run of the show percent. There's a small scene at the very top of that to a monologue by the by Stacey sergeant playing this secretary character who tells the story and I'm on. But I am on stage on the couch. Waiting for license. You go off to change your pants. I do go up. What did you do to make sure that you stay healthy? Yes. I don't. I don't do anything. Yes. Yes. Hardy man, I guess, I suppose I mean, I take vitamins and things and luckily, I have a wife who's very good at cooking. Who can keep me nutritious not that she cooks for me all the time. But reminds me to eat and stuff, I seem to have some stamina left. Even though I'm getting up there as well. Like, Mr. and I just love the I found my island of competence. I guess we call it on the stage as an actor and it keeps me alive. What's that? I never heard that island of con- trumpet. It's the place where I seem to be that you're fr-, you're inventor. I think not. But acting on it. I don't think I can do much else. Well in life except chop wood. I can do that. And so I'm alive in that. And it just keeps me going in the near times review of the play Mr. grayer. It said something so interesting described you as one of the few major drama dramatization who dares to make plays from the kinds of anecdotes about which we say at cocktail parties if this were play you'd never believe it. How do you know an anecdote can go into a deeper theme? Well, that's not. So because most everything in that play happened to me. They're not things overheard anxious. That. Sometimes you can hear them in the way that six degrees was told to me. Was told to me as an anecdote by the Elliott's who had experienced the scam. But everything in this play. It doesn't apply to this plan. Must say in my defense. That. This is probably believe it or not the most motorbike graphical play ever I've ever written. And so it's that's that's that's the source of it. It's curious when you do rewrites when it's autobiographical about the choices about what you decide to keep in. And what goes, well, I'll tell you. My main problem was creating an alternate me. And it's it's not me that's experiencing. It's my fictional me. It's the alternate me that I can't say this is what I John fell. No, this is what I in my other life is at been gallery felt and that's why boy has figured so deeply in the play because it's all about all it lives. Alternate path. We can take it any given moment. Yes. So now this play. It was informed. Not by cocktail party anecdotes. But by examining what had happened to me at that. Period. John when you were working on the character in you're playing character who so closely related to the playwright, did you interview, Mr Blair daunting? No not. No, I did not I figured that. You know, Jason Robards once said if it's not on the page. It's not on the stage, and considering what a great right of this man is I figured that what he meant to say. And all I need to know about what he meant to say he said on the page. So my job was just to know that as deeply as I could and allow my performance and my timing as it were to inform by that. And also by Mr. acts who had worked so closely with Mr. over the years of, you know, taking this this piece of coal and making it the diamond that it's become my job is to show up suit up and do the best job. I can well does that make Jerry sax. The coach. Absolutely coaching. You got no question. Thank your point act on the line. That's a great direction and act on the line. And I've been the moment and live in the moment. You've never been here before every Jerry hate all rumination all looking back all self pity. It's got to be where I am. Right. This very incident acting on the line. Well, if it's raining outside you don't then sit and look out the window. Oh. It's raining outside you active what it's raining outside. You know, you say you live in the line not before or after which is it's some of that can be distilled to timing that it just don't want to, you know, take time make your point the make your next point, you know, because every scene there's something you want somebody trying to stop you from getting what you want. So you have an obstacle in every scene. And no matter what you're doing. If it's opening a door the doors there you'd have to get into the door you have to get past the door. So as an actor you just figure out what's the easiest and fastest way for me to get what I want out of the scene. That's all interesting acting one on one. Hey, by the way, this just in about the island of idea of islands of competencies proposed by a PHD named Robert b Brooks as a metaphor for parents of children affected with ADHD to help their kids develop resilient and the ability to balance back and recover quickly from difficulties through your what a good staff, you interesting. We do have crackerjack producers here the internet was wrong. Mr. gallery says my guests are John Larroquette and John where we're talking about Nantucket sleigh ride playing at Lincoln center through may fifth, Mr Gray. There's there are deep. They're rents to the play, untruth truthfulness. We're trying to figure out. What's real? What's not are? We as the audience supposed to be a little confused. Are we supposed to question the reality of every every memory and everything that said much that we're following with? I think the play. Yes, we don't we're following Edmund gallery with seeing the playthrough his eyes. And. Very much. Yes. So we don't everything is constantly shifting, and we don't know way. I thought I thought I knew this. Oh, no. That's how I have. Always that. True. Yes. So it's about balancing. It's not a play where you just say. Oh, now, I know that now I can sit back and relax everything, you know, might be violated the next the next thirty seconds. You mentioned it earlier Bourges appearances in the play. Can you describe that for our listeners you'll do much better job than I will? Well, boy has at that time again going back to the seventy I loved boy has I still do it just meant the world, and I traveled with and I would have his book labyrinth, I would underline it was as if he was speaking to me only is it what has wrote who's one of the greatest writers of the twentieth century. But as if bore has was writing only for me. Yes, I am is ideal audience. This is you and I and I wanted to play to have that that reliance on another way when we're kids when we're young we we travel with whatever it is the magic that's going to unlock the key to this thing called life when we're young. And so that's that's what's that is given the children bring that book back to him. And so at the end he's able to come to terms with four has at the end. And yes, so that's no it's a salute to that that that time in our lives when we fall in love with right? Weather's f Scott, FitzGerald Hemingway, or boy has the this is my writer, James Joyce Samuel Beckett. The only one who understands me this is. Yes, I am the ideal audience, and that's what board has for him. And he has so much. So that he appears in the play at any time he chooses to. To give in. That that that money is has Edmund who's called Monday, his underlined. So it's all about it's underlined needs the book, what's underlined in the book, my guess, John Larroquette, and John we're talking about Nantucket sleigh ride, which is playing through may fifth. I saw it last weekend with a friend. It was the second time seeing it and he said he saw different things the second time, which I thought was wonderful for somebody. Who's who's thinking? I might go check out the show. This sounds interesting and strange and wonderful is there one thing you'd like them to notice in the play one scene. One one point some piece of dialogue. No, I. Because I for me if I could isolate the play down to a moment to say to notice this this'll be the key to the play. I it would have been a different play. No. It's a play about wit. It's as I was trying to find the center of the plate in writing. It's about a man trying to find the center of his life. The center keeps changing all the time. And I want to ask I would much have you say. Have you come to the plate a second to say, wait? What have I relied on? What what what do I make as concrete? What do I said as as firm that keeps changing? Yes. That's I would like to be aware of how fragile air go all the more precious. Our lives are because nothing is ever dependable nothing. We can never trust anything. We can ever. Look at one thing and say, oh, yes. That explains it. That's the explanation. The name of the players Nantucket sleigh ride, John Larroquette and John ware. Thank you so much for making time for us today. Our pleasure. Thank you Lincoln center. On WNYC. Welcome back to all of it on WNYC. A recent study of more than forty thousand artworks in the collection of eighteen of the United States. Biggest museums revealed that eighty five percent of the artists represented are white and eighty seven percent are men. The Brooklyn museum is breaking with that trend with show centered around free Ticao the show is called Frida Kahlo appearances can be deceiving. And it takes us deep into the intricacies of her outward image and herself image her identity as an artist daughter wife accident survivor and world traveler, the show features Carlos clothing, the braces, she wars the result of an accident photos of her father and video of her home. It was curated by Kathryn Morris. Sackler senior curator for the Elizabeth a Sackler center for feminist art and Lisa small senior curator of European art at the Brooklyn museum the show runs to may twelfth. And the museum just announced that due to high demand. They will be extending viewing hours for the exhibition until ten pm for the last ten. As of the show, they strongly recommend.

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10:57 min | 2 years ago

"john ware" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"All of it. I'm Alison Stewart. Thanks for joining me this hour, an anti sleigh ride is an old whaling term. It refers to what happened when harpooned whales when attempt to flee their hunters while still attached to the harpoon and rope the whales would drag a small boat of whalers for a long period of time all over the place until the mammal finally tired out Nantucket sleigh ride is the name of John Blair's new play at Lincoln center theater. And we as the audience get to witness a wild emotional ride that challenges the meaning of memory. This includes a number of marital affairs, some salty new Englanders seeking revenge and an appearance by a partially defrosted, Walt Disney this real play is running at Lincoln center now, but only through this Sunday may fifth is stars Tony award winning actor Jon lower kit, and the lead role of Edmund Gowrie, which is not too far off from the name where the whole ride starts when to kinda weirdo show up at Edinburgh, Lowry's office, he wrote a play once upon a time that became. Famous in nineteen seventy five that was then now, he's a stockbroker type. And then one day these two oddball say they need him to help recall a time that Gowrie spent with them when they were kids a time, they say, they have no memory of. And that is where the sleigh ride begins. I talked to the John's where Larroquette about the show and began by asking Mr. wear why he wanted to explore a quote memory play at this moment in a story career. I'm getting up there. And I'm swamped by memories, I'm swamped by things that happened to me that it my God is that, you know, I live in a house out at the beach in the summer that I grew up, and I've spent every summer of my house and my life in the same house on the south shore of Long Island and I live with memories. And I have friends there that I've known since I've been seven years old. And it's very weird odd neighborhood doesn't change. I mean people. Tend to stay there. And so I I live in a place house. My father built with his buddies in nineteen thirty and I spent every summer of my life there, and you know. I didn't know what the house trouble me tremendously, mini, mini, but forty forty five years ago, what to do with it because it was so filled with memories, I couldn't walk into it. It was just I felt it was like cobwebs, and I just maybe I couldn't not be there. But I hate it to be there. And my wife said she said, well, why the houses to rent why don't we make one we wanted to? I said I said there's so many ghosts. She said yes, but they're dead. And we're not I said, oh, and so we spent the last forty five years together making the house hours and the ghosts is still there. I live in memory. I can't it's like gum. I it's the older. I get the more Pete with when did that happen? Did that happen into that happen for what happened then? Yes. So I'm I'm overwhelmed by memory, John our character, and we meet him. He's working these two sort of bound into his office. And what does he say, look what Brooklyn looks like? Yes. He asks if they mentioned his plan he asks they say, why don't they revive you're playing and I say provide forgotten play in playwrights dream is never really what happens. And then I wait wait, are you produces thinking that perhaps they've come in here, this younger generation discovered this lost work, and what to do it? And they say, no. And I say that because you're very downtown. You look like what I read about Brooklyn, which quite frankly, I have no idea what that means. Right away. I don't I I'm not from here. Have I spent a great time here. But it's a funny line knowing this man, I just try to time it correctly. So that the audience gets it. And why does he deny knowing them or knowing what they're about when they first come in because of the idea that that time once he does realize it that it was very traumatic. I mean, it was a as far as as an actor you build your own story that sometimes is in conflict with the playwright story. But that's fine. Because I don't ever have to say anything about it. I just have to look at Mr. wears creation and try to recreate it as best I can that. It was a time that was. Traumatic and yet and yet joyful, and it was an epiphany for him that summer, but it was painful, and I don't think he wants to go back there immediately. But my again, the actor life inside I think he recognizes in the moment they walk in the door. Once he sees the book, and he's just trying to like just get him out get him out. And then finally he can't. And so he's pushed back to that time in order to explain himself to the audience and to himself. He see your body language. You can see that immediately. He has to it's it's too big a thing to have that book. Look at these two people that are adults now that, but he knows who they are Nantucket why. Now tuck Nantucket as the young woman in the play the Nantucket is the place where you go to change your life. And that's what happened to me. I was in the in the early seventies. I was just in my life was at the sandstone. Standstill had come to an end. I didn't know where to go to do. I'd have to play house of leaves it open. It had been a success and two gentlemen of Verona running been a success and freedom. And I didn't know I was just at the end of something. And I got a call out of the blue. If it did I wanna come to Nantucket and start a theater, and I said, yes, and I moved to Nantucket, and we started, and it changed my life. I met my woman will be met my wife there. I had a house there. I love Nantucket. So I was there for about then about seventy nine it could be too hard to get up and down that we took over the house. My father's house at the beach on Long Island. And but now talk it was a key point Nanto get is if anybody at that point, it was a place where you went to change your life people said that then. And in I believe it. Yeah. They say about Nantucket Martha's, Vineyard your cashier could have a PHD because people just start over again. And also, it's interesting. I thought was Nantucket in the nineteen seventies was remote. This is really hard to get on the legend is even Martha's Vineyard is connected to the mainland of America under the water. But Nantucket is maybe the only part of America. That is not connected to the mainland is this rock out there thirty miles at sea that has its own vegetation its own animals. Yes. And back then in it had not been discovered by the hedge fund people the private planes. It was a far away island, and it was absolutely remarkable play dusty and. And and nutty and beautiful and private. John when you think about is an actor as you're building your character and figure out where he's coming from. When you have a setting like Nantucket in the nineteen seventies. How does that inform? Your performance. From the Madras pants the very plaid fans. Right. I read about Nantucket just because I think I was there once or twice at working on the east coast and decided to take a trip. I know I've been the Martha's Vineyard. I couldn't guarantee you that I'd been on untuckit. So just reading about those kinds of small places that were that that are connected to a culture, but yet separate from that culture and grow up themselves and where I grew up. There were a lot of barrier islands on down as the father south, you get into Louisiana as you get to the Gulf of Mexico venison places that were unique. And yet still connected somehow. So the idea of going to a place like Nantucket to when I read the line become the Nantucket of the change your life. I realized that well this metamorphosis involved in those kinds of places. So you just put that in the back of your mind. Look, I'm not a serious actor, I say not well. I tried to bring alive with this man is written. I tried to do the best. I can with that. And whatever. Theories or methods? I have are sometimes even pay to me. I just get in there and try and live that moment as best. I can I guess John that Arquette and John where we're talking about the new play Nantucket sleigh ride, which is at Lincoln center through may fifth. That's interesting. You said I'm not a serious actor on your Twitter account. It says actor by profession clown by vocation avocation vocation combat application, that's helpful for this role this role. Mary I think that the more I became a whip. Once I owned it. I was this. And this character, basically doesn't leave the state for the entire length of the play. So I knew that I had to gauge myself, and no it as deeply and as intricately as I could. So that I could forget it and just be not look for the comedy. But look for the truth Instagram's writing, and that the comedy would come because of that not to not to treat it like I've never treated it like a comedy now as we're running it a bit. I can see the timing. I don't quite get to the comic actor in the oval rule of you tell the audience what you're gonna do you do it. And then you tell the audience you did it I tried to avoid that bit. Because then it gets a little slapsticky, which it should never couple of lines that are like that. But it's fun. So just to inhabit the characters best. I can is what I try to do. So once the character Edmund gets to Nantucket, he is he's experiencing this Nantucket culture, this New England or culture, his play is extremely popular there, something he's not. So sure he's happy about everyone's quoting lines to him. They've all performed it yet. No one wants to sign the play. He constantly offers to sign the play. But people don't take him up on it. Everybody's mad at refused to come up and see their production. The town hates him. Because that's what the players about is about that actually happened to me one is somebody asked me to come to your production of my plan. I said, I I I know and they blasted me on faced with for years. I was too. That's that's that struck me. My guests are playwright John ware and actor Jon lower catch. We're bringing you a rebroadcast of my conversation with John's about their show and took it sleigh ride. It's currently running at Lincoln center theater through this Sunday may fifth. We'll have more of them after a quick break. Stay with us. This is all of it on WNYC. WNYC supporters include the twenty nine thousand nine Montclair film festival may third through the twelfth featuring Jessie, Buckley, Stephen Colbert..

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"So give us a call to one zero seven three seven twelve hundred bone lines are open, and we welcome any question. Especially those about maintenance if you are. Having questions about maintaining your vehicle or do have questions. I should say give us a call. We can help you out with that. Because that's what we talk about. All the time is how to maintain your vehicle to make sure that you're getting the most out of it. And that you've got that vehicle for a long time and doing the proper maintenance you can have that vehicle forever. So give us a call. If you have a question about that to one zero seven three seven twelve hundred before we go to the phone lines, though, we're going to talk to John Anderson. John Anderson we almost every year. He he's with pates auto swap the pay me that's up in Dallas at the Texas Motor Speedway. So John welcome to the show today. Really good to talk to you again. Yeah. Thanks for coming on with us. I know it was short notice apologize for that. But so tell us a little bit about what you guys have going on at the swap meet this year. Well, actually, notice I've been planning on this for about three weeks to get on your station and talk to you. But. Yeah. To tell you. Okay. I know about it where we're really excited about this year's pay because we found out that last year with our biggest swat lead in history. We had over two thousand people come through and. Was a record for a lot of people. That is we're we're we're growing. We're we're at spaces every time we take we're to be able to sell out track. Gives us more space for for more real estate first places. And so every girl about one hundred hundred two hundred spices and. We got some really good things going on and after brag about them two three years ago are anti car dealer. Quit quit the business. And we were supposed to get another big tire manufacturer come down and do it because Texas sales tax laws, and they were really would've been disadvantaged to them. So we kept talking to them, and we kept talking to the government. And finally they're coming this year. They'll be in the spaces that Wallace Wayne Han solo tire Coker tire company, and we're really happy about them come in. So a lot of people came up by their tires. Disappointed. So we don't want to point anybody. That's good and John ware can anybody. Find out more information about the swap meet what's the website address. Well, heck everybody's talking about Facebook and websites. We have a great Facebook page paints want me, and you can actually ask questions, and we'll get on your questions. We have a brand new website, paints dot com and a girl over in college station that that does websites for a lot of cardio car clubs, then our website, and we're real proud of this one and one of the things that we've done since we're going so much. I've actually added for pedestrian entrance gates off of the parking lot. So if you park you don't have to park very far from the gate. Anymore? Awesome. And win is John. April twenty fifth twenty seven. Now, that's a thirty AM Saturday on Sunday. But the vendor stay around on Sunday. So I said well it's false advertising. Say we're all over. So we just gotta do Friday Thursday, Friday and Saturday, bras them. All right. And that's coming up in a couple of weeks. So anybody that's listening. If you wanna head up there, if you've got a classic vehicle, or if you just like anything really you can find it there. So John, we appreciate you coming on a little bit about it. This year. Yeah. That if you can't find any pay eight it. That's right. All right. John. Thanks for coming on and letting us know about it. And hopefully, we get you some more people up there. Okay. And we need me again before we before the swamp me let me know I'll try to fail. Everybody. In sounds good. John. You have a good weekend. We'll be in touch. How you guys be careful? All right you too. All right. That was on the paints white meat. That's going to be coming up here in a couple of weeks up at the Texas Motor.

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13:31 min | 3 years ago

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"Company insider who saw from up close of the drug flooded the United States. So we went into a doctor's office. In West Virginia, and pulled aside and advise a family member of that doctor had died over as a result of an overdose of Oxycontin. That's next time on the New Yorker radio tomorrow morning at ten on ninety three point nine FM WNYC. This is all of it and WNYC Alison Stewart, my guess are John Larroquette and John ware. We're talking about the new plane and target sleigh ride which playing at Lincoln center through may fifth. John you are on stage entirely ninety nine percent hundred percent hundred percent. There's a small scene at the very top of act two monologue by the by Stacey sergeant playing this secretary character who tells the story and I'm on. But I am on stage on the couch. Waiting for license. You go off to change your pants. I do go off. What do you do to make sure that you stay healthy? Yes. I don't. I don't do anything. Right. Yes. Hardy, man. I guess I suppose I mean, I take vitamins and things and luckily, I have a wife who's very good at cooking who can keep me nutritious. And not that she cooks for me all the time. But reminds me too and stuff I seem to have some stamina left even though I'm getting up there as well. Like, Mr Blair, and I just love the I found my island of competence. I guess we call it on the stage as an actor and it keeps me alive. What's that for? I never heard that free island of. Competence, the place where I seem to be your friend is that you're not. Unpredictable. I don't think I can do much else. Well in life except chop wood. I can do that. And so I live in that. And it it just keeps me going in the near review of the play. Mr Blair, it said something so interesting described you as one of the few major dramatists who dares to make plays from the kinds of anecdotes about which we say at cocktail parties. If this were a play you'd never believe it. How do you know an anecdote can go into a deeper theme? Well, that's not. So because most everything in that play happened to me. They're not things overheard interest. I think that sometimes you can hear some in the way that six degrees was told to me. Was told to me as an anecdote by the Elliott who had experienced the scam. But everything in this play. It doesn't apply to this plan. Must say in my defense. That. This is probably believe it or not the most shorter biographical play I've ever written. And so it's that's that's that's the source of it. I'm curious when you do rewrites when it's autobiographical about the choices about what you decide to keep in. And what goes, well, I'll tell you. My main problem was creating an alternate me. And it's it's not me. That's experience him. It's my fictional me. It's the alternate me. I can't say this is what I John where fell. No, this is what I in my other life is Edmund gallery felt and that's why boy has figures so deeply in the play because it's all about alternate lives. Alternate pass. We can take it any given moment. Yes. So now this play. Was informed. Not by cocktail party anecdotes. But by examining what had happened to me at that. Period. John when you were working on the character, and you're playing character who so closely related to the playwright did you interview, Mr Blair daunting? No not. No, I did not I figure that Jason Robards once said if it's not on the page. It's not on the stage and considering what a great writer. This man is I figured that what he meant to say. And all I need to know about what he meant to say he said on the page. So my job was just to know that as deeply as I could and allow my performance and my timing as it were to informed by that. And also by Mr. Zack's who had worked so closely with Mr. guar over the years of taking this this piece of coal and making it the diamond that it's become my job is to show up suit up and do the best job. I can well does that make Jerry sax the coach absolutely the coaching. You got no question. Thank your point act on the line. That's a great director and act on the line and the moment and live in the moment. You've never been here before every year. Jerry, h all rumination all looking back all self-pity. It's got to be where I am. Right. This very instant acting on the line. Well, like if it's raining outside you don't then sit and look out the window and go. It's raining outside you act, it's raining outside. You know, you say you live in the line and not before or after it's some of that can be distilled to timing that it just don't want to know take time make your point make your next point. Because every scene there's something you want, and there's somebody trying to stop you from getting what you want. So you have an obstacle in every scene. And no matter what you're doing. If it's opening a door the doors there, you have to get into the door you have to get past the door. So as an actor you just figure out what's the easiest and fastest way for me to get what I want out of the scene. That's so interesting. Acting one on one. Hey, by the way, this just in about the island of idea of islands of competences originally proposed by a PHD named Robert b Brooks as a metaphor for parents of children affected with ADHD to help their kids develop resilience and -bility to bounce back and recover quickly from difficulties through your what a good staff you. So we do have crackerjack producers here the internet was wrong. Mr. gallery says my guests are John Larroquette and John where we're talking about Nantucket sleigh ride playing at Lincoln center through may fifth. Mr. Carruthers, there are deep they're rents to the play, untruths truthfulness. We're trying to figure out. What's real? What's not are? We as the audience supposed to be a little confused. Are we supposed to question the reality of every every memory, and everything that said very much that we're following where I think it's the play. Yes, we don't we're following Edmund gallery. We're seeing the playthrough his eyes and. Very much. Yes. So we don't everything is constantly shifting, and we don't know where I thought I thought I knew this. Oh, no. That's not always true. Yes. So it's about balancing. It's not a play where you just say. Oh, now, I know that now I can sit back and relax everything, you know, might be violated in the next the next thirty seconds. You mentioned in earlier Borjas appearances in the play. Can you describe that for our listeners you'll do much better job than I will? Well, boy has at that time. Again, going back to the seventy I loved bore has. I still do it just meant the world to me, and I traveled with and I would have his book labyrinth, and I would underline and it was as if he was speaking to me only two is what has wrote a who's one of the greatest writers of the twentieth century. But it's a bore has was writing only for me. Yes, I am is ideal audience. This is you and I and so I I wanted to play to have that that reliance on another way when we're kids when we're young we we travel with whatever it is the magic that's going to unlock the key to this thing called life when we're young. And so that's how that's what's that is given the children bring that book back to him. And so at the end he's able to come to terms with Boras at the end, and yes, so that's. Salute to that that that time in our lives when we fall in love with a right? Weather's f Scott, FitzGerald or Hemingway or boy has to say this is my writer, James Joyce Samuel Beckett. The only one who understands me this is. Yes, I am the ideal audience, and that's board has for him so much so that he appears in the plane. At any time he chooses to give off you south. That that is it Monday is has Edmund he was called Monday, his underlined. So it's all about it's underlying needs to the book. What's underlined in the book? John do you? Do you have a relationship with an author playwright like this? He mentioned that Samuel Beckett discovery single Beckett. It's a teenager in New Orleans, but you have a great collection. I do. I it's a famous collection of boy has material Beckett. Becker material famous is kind of weird, but I have a large collection of Samuel Beckett first additions and correspondence and letters. And I tell the story, and I've told it so often that gonna pretend it's true that I was given a copy of waiting for God. Oh, by an Irish priest in Catholic high school in I was probably fourteen or so, and he was Irish, and he thought that Beckett was the funniest writer in the world. And he gave me a copy of waiting for God. Oh, my sense of Uber and said, I think like this read it, and I read it in sort of my brain was sort of opened up with a can opener, and I just started absorbing Samuel Beckett. Every moment I got into when I became successful had a little extra income. I would go by a little book a first edition of several decades. And it's grew to about a thousand pieces of material just on Samuel Beckett. You have it at home in a bookcase. Yes. Well, actually now it's been stored since we're moving, but a lot of a lot of original. I even have his book his yearbook from Trinity College with with his all his. Cricket scores in it from that year, and it's very fragile because there's virtually made little pamphlet but thick pamphlet. And so over the years, I just sort of collective what I could've used you need to have drinks with Bill Irwin. There. You are. Yes. Because Bill is a great clown, which Beckett was that was all of his characters. But have you played back? What Beckett have you played and games played ham once, but that's all bills last show was called on Beckett. The Irish rep and it was about his relationship with with Beckett. So you to a Cup of coffee and discuss what are the best productions? I ever saw was. I was in London doing you're moving there late seventies. And Samuel Beckett himself directed a production of crops last tape and endgame why a starting to San Quentin drama workshop which had become aware of his work while these guys were imprisoned in reclusive. He came out of prison and continue to two decades. And I got to go to the theater five nights in a row. I wanted to actually with a notebook writing done any changes that I perceive that Beckett had beta the text of crafts last, particularly, but I love him. In fact, my my youngest son's birthday today and yesterday, I sent him the trilogy of novels by Samuel Beckett. Molloy Malone dies in the unnamed mobile, which is. Some of the most Dench writing ever made. And I said read this you're old enough. Now, just dive in and read this. So my guess for John Larroquette, and John where we're talking about Nantucket sleigh ride, which is playing through may fifth. Saw it last weekend with a friend. It was the second time seeing it and he said he saw different things the second time, which I thought was wonderful for someone who's who's thinking. I might go. Check out the show this ounce. Interesting and strange and wonderful. Is there one thing you'd like them? To notice in the play one scene. One one point some piece of dialogue. No, I the whole thing the whole because I can't it for me. If I could isolate the play down to a moment to say to notice this and this will be the key to the play. It would have been a different play. No. It's a play about where it's as I was trying to find the center of the plate in writing it. It's about a man trying to find the center of his life. The center keeps changing all the time. And I want to ask I would much rather. Have you say? Have you come to the plate and second hand and say, wait, what have I relied on? What what what do I make as concrete? What do I said as firm that keeps changing? So that's I would like to be aware of how fragile air go all the more precious. Our lives are because nothing is ever dependable nothing. We can never trust anything. We could ever look at one thing and say, oh, yes. That explains it. That's the explanation. The name of the players Nantucket sleigh ride. John Erica and Jaguar. Thank you so much for making time for us today. Our pleasure. Thank you. Thank you Lincoln center. On WNYC. This is all of it. I'm Alison Stewart. It's time for another edition of flashback.

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"Essential have a conversation with presidential candidate Hooley in Castro. That's this afternoon at three on ninety three point nine FM. This is WNYC FM HD and AM New York. This is all of it from WNYC. I'm Alison Stewart a new work by John ware plays with the notion of memory really plays with it with flashbacks surreal encounters and a backdrop of a secluded New England island in the nineteen seventies Nantucket sleigh ride recently opened at Lincoln center. John Guerin the star of the show after John Larroquette will join us in studio in our party like it's nineteen ninety nine series. Take a look at the founding of one of the biggest tech companies in the world. It started in the apartment of Jack Ma and grew into Alibaba and a new book from the New York Times baseball writer Tyler helping takes a look at the history of baseball through ten of most popular pitches in the game. He joins us to discuss I'm Alison Stewart, and you'll get all of it after the news. Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Laurie London on the day. The UK was supposed to leave the European Union. Parliament has again, given a no vote to Prime Minister Theresa May's Brexit plan NPR's Frank Langfitt reports from London the prime minister lost by nearly sixty votes may criticized lawmakers for failing to support some way forward. This house has rejected. No deal. It has rejected. No Brexit and today it has rejected approving withdrawal agreement on Monday. Parliament is expected to consider other options which could include remaining in accustoms arrangement with the U. Jeremy Corbyn head of the opposition labor party the has to be an alternative fan. The prime minister can't accept that. Then she must go not at an indeterminate date in the future. But now so that we can decide the future of this country through a general election. You k now has two weeks to find a solution and ask for an extension or crash out of the U. Frank, Langfitt, NPR news. News london. Egypt is intensifying its efforts to broker a truce between Israel, and the militant group HAMAs in Gaza ahead of a mass Palestinian demonstration expected tomorrow on the Gaza border NPR's Daniel estrin reports from Jerusalem, Egyptian mediators have been shuttling between Israel and Gaza. They're trying to reach an agreement for Israel to ease the blockade on Gaza, and for HAMAs to prevent rocket fire and other violence against Israel. A HAMAs official told NPR the group is calling on Palestinian demonstrators to be peaceful tomorrow as negotiates a deal with Israel in the past year. Israel says Palestinians have thrown explosive devices and tried to breach the Israeli fence and Israeli soldiers have responded with gunfire killing nearly two hundred Palestinians and wounding thousands. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu says he has sent more troops to the Gaza border and is ready to order a quote extensive campaign. If necessary Daniel estrin NPR news Jerusalem. Ride, hailing company lift has just made its market debut on the NASDAQ stock exchange opening above eighty seven dollars a share NPR's Camilo domino ski reports. The highly watched IPO raised more than two billion dollars this morning lift priced its shares at the top of its expected range, and this is a PO was already bigger than the company had been expecting just days ago. The company is now valued at some twenty four billion dollars lift has seen massive growth, but has never made a profit. Neither has its competitor. Uber. Uber is expected to have a blockbuster IPO of its own sometime in the next few weeks. The ride hailing industry is expected to grow rapidly. In the coming years as millennials in big cities. Choose not to buy their own car. At last check on Wall Street. Stocks are rising the Dow up one hundred and forty four points, the SNP gains eleven this is NPR news. This is WNYC in New York. I'm Richard Hake. A ride on the NYC ferry cost the same as a metro card swipe until you look at the subsidy. The mayor's the price low to encourage commuters take a boat instead of the subway, but the nonpartisan citizens budget commission found the city pays nearly eleven dollars in subsidies per person per ride. Here's Gotham Jake open hearts. They cost two seventy five the same price as a metro card and in order to justify that price. Taxpayers are paying hundreds of millions of dollars to keep these things afoot earlier today. Mayor de Blasios told WNYC's Brian Lehrer that the report has a short sighted view. The mayor says he does favor the plastic bag ban that state lawmakers have agreed on. But once the city to be able to decide on a possible fee for paper bags the measure would restrict most retailers from using plastic bags though, restaurants, and dry cleaners would be exempt the current compromise gives counties the option of charging five cents on paper bags also on WNYC this morning to Blasios said he would be in favor. If it's really necessary fee is what allows us to do. I support that. But again, what we have to add to the equation is phasing these things out by helping people get reusable bags and the state legislature is reportedly close to a deal on congestion pricing. This would toll drivers south of sixtieth street in Manhattan to fund the MTA. Here's WNYC's Stephen Nelson, New York City transit prison. Indie Byford put together a plan last year to upgrade all the signals and ensure writers are never more than two stops from a working elevator. But his plan would cost forty billion dollars. So this congestion pricing fee is essentially the future of the MTA. It's banking on this money. If the measure is approved by the April first budget deadline. It's estimated to go into effect in twenty twenty one. This is WNYC. It's twelve o six support for NPR comes from Neum offering a personalized weight loss program that uses psychology small goals and technology designed to help people change habits and keep the weight off for good at Neum and.

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"This story of the Latinos who helped shape rock music from garage rock pioneers to the basis for a little band called Metallica the hidden history of Latinos in rock and roll. That's this week. USA tonight at nine on ninety three point nine FM WNYC. WNYC supporters include the Stewart house at silver hill, providing evidence based and personalized mental health and substance use treatment for executives and professionals offered by silver hill hospital in collaboration with Yale Newhaven health and yell medicine. S T X films, presenting the best event Amies starring to Raji P Henson and Sam Rockwell based on a true story of civil rights activists and at water in theaters everywhere, April fifth support for the Brian Lehrer show is provided in part by the endeavor foundation today on all of it. Alison Stewart speaks with playwright John ware, an actor Jon the cat about their new play Nantucket sleigh ride at Lincoln center plus editor's from Conde nast traveler, disgust, traveling alone. And they're women who travel Facebook group, which has over one hundred thirty thousand members that's at noon here on WNYC. WNYC independent journalism in the public interest ninety three point nine FM and AM eight twenty NPR news and the New York conversation. WNYC and where have all the foreign language classes at a time. When.

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"For WNYC comes from this. I SIMS foundation since one thousand nine hundred five supporting progress in education science and the arts information at sei SIMS foundation dot org. CBS all access presenting the new season of its original series. The good fight Christine Baranowski returns to lead the fight. Now, streaming on CBS all access more information at CBS dot com slash good fight. Next week on all of it. The conversation was the seal Richards, the former president Planned Parenthood on her new book make trouble and conversations with Timothy Simon's plays Joan Ryan on deep and Sam Richardson plays Richard's plus John ware and John lyric on Mantech at sleigh ride at Lincoln center. Don't miss all of it. Weekdays at noon on WNYC. This is WNYC ninety three point nine FM and AM eight twenty NPR news and the New York conversation. This is the New Yorker radio hour, I'm David Ramnik. From the moment that British citizens voted in a referendum to leave the European Union confusion and disorganisation has absolutely consumed. The UK and three years later. Nothing much has changed confusion and disorganisation may yet carry Britain over the cliff so to speak to a no deal Brexit with devastating economic consequences. But if we don't know what's going to happen tomorrow. We're learning a little bit more about what brought Great Britain to the edge of the cliff in the first place much like our twenty sixteen election. The pro Brexit vote employed divisive social media campaigns mysterious sources of financing, Cambridge Analytica and meetings with Russians at the center of it is a man named Aaron.

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