What is it about the creative spirit that often makes it so self-deprecating and sometimes so self-damaging? Did we all suffer the same childhood torments? What happens to the same spirit that drives people to points of world-changing genius? And what flips the switch and makes us believe that som
Software inventor. Entrepreneur. Musician. Jason likes to make things. Living in Hood River Oregon, which is obviously The Most Beautiful Place In America, Jason's dream is to change the way software is developed.
Stephen Sondheim earned his musical stripes alongside the best in the business: his first foray into creating a musical was as lyricist to Leonard Bernstein's composer for "West Side Story" (1957). After a second lyrical outing with Jules Styne's music for "Gypsy" (1959), Sondheim was ready to brave