Monthly Archives: July 2010
Last year, I spent a couple of days with the folks at Missoula Children’s Theatre, working with the kids in their Next Step Program. (You can read about that in this blog entry.) Greg Boris and Jim Caron invited me back to teach as part of this year’s program as well, and Maureen Roy took some swell pictures while I was there. Take a look at the MCT Next Step Prep blog. Thanks to everyone at MCT for taking such good care of me while I was there, and for doing such fantastic work with the students. See you inRead More »
Owen Bennett-Jones at the BBC interviewed me yesterday for the BBC Newshour, since my previous blog about illegal uploading and downloading has gone utterly viral. It’s hardly the most substantive discussion in the world, but if you enjoy this sort of thing: JRB on the BBC, 5 July 2010 And a reminder that you can get a thoroughly unnecessary amount of minutiae about my daily existence if you just follow me on the Twitter thing.
Marty Hughley’s article in The Oregonian here. Composer Jason Robert Brown highlights Portland’s summer of…Jason Robert Brown Published: Thursday, July 01, 2010, 12:33 AM Updated: Thursday, July 01, 2010, 1:23 AM Marty Hughley, The Oregonian “I had always planned, somewhere along the line,” Jason Robert Brown told the audience, “to be Billy Joel.” Jason Robert Brown joked that he was so close to the audience at the Miracle Theatre that he could “collect DNA samples.” His fans didn’t mind the intimate setting. Well, not everyone who wants to be a rock star ends up as one, and Brown’s skills asRead More »