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"Oh what fun! " A dear friend of mine, a beautiful lady named Alexis LaLumia, made me aware that I often say "Oh what fun!" Someone may be telling me about vacation: "OWF!" or a dinner they enjoyed: "OWF!" or an affair: "OWF!". I think it's a bit ridiculous but it's been a lot of fun. LOL!
Imagine my surprise when at Starbucks my cookie was served to me in a little brown paper bag with red lettering spelling out: "Oh, what fun". I thought "WTF?" it's ridiculous, all these years later my comment has become a marketing tool for coffee?
"OWF" how cool !!
So I framed it!
Chinese lilac silk mat, with red lacquered frame
For many years now Ray McNiece has been a force to be reckoned with. A poet, writer, actor and musician, he is an incredibly talented renaissance man.
Ray will soon be performing a one man show at CPT.
In my opinion, an opportunity not to be missed. We are also attaching a video of a conversation with Ray that I produced a year or so ago when he was performing at Cleveland Public theater.
THE LIVES OF A POET
WRITTEN BY RAY McNIECE DIRECTED BY JORDAN DAVIS MUSIC BY AL MOSES ILLUSTRATION BY TIM HERRON
Through linked poems, songs and monologues, Ray McNiece presents a memoir on stage depicting the many facets of his life as a performer. Live music and ancestral images help him tell the tales of a poet whose words have carried him from the rusty crucible of Cleveland across the wide world.
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February 19 – 21
Thursday, Friday and Saturday @ 7:00pm Tickets $12-15
www.cptonline.org :: (216) 631-2727 x501
cleveland PUBLIC theatre
James Levin Theatre
6415 Detroit Avenue, Cleveland, OH 44102
A Conversation with Donald Bingham Schmitt and Ray McNiece...