Nathanael West accomplished a few several things in his short life, among them: forging his way into both Tufts and Brown Universities, writing several largely ignored satiric novels, writing several equally ignored screenplays, and running a stop sign en route to the funeral of F. Scott Fitzgeral
Enda Walsh is an Irish-born playwright, a fact immensely bothersome to those seeking to place him alongside his birth nation's similarly defined theatrical forbears. Great acrobatic skill goes into locating the Synge in his characters' souls, the Keats in their speech. For Walsh is sim
Savion Glover a tap dancer and choreographer, and actor. His Broadway debut, at age 12, was in "The Tap Dance Kid," while his film debut, in 1989, was in "Tap," with Gregory Hines and Sammy Davis, Jr. He starred in the musical "Bring in 'da Noise/Bring in 'da Funk."