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[from a presentation on acting at a conference for psychotherapists] Plays and films are like those huge medieval stained glass windows. An incredible amount of labor and craftsmanship go into them -- from everyone, the writers, directors, crews, actors -- but all that preparation is toward the moment when the light shines through all that craftsmanship. The light is the story. That's the magical...
Has a strong connection to the works of author Lewis Carroll ("Alice's Adventures in Wonderland), having illustrated editions of Carroll's "The Hunting of the Snark" and "The Tale Of The Mouse's Tail".
Also illustrated the first edition, in 2008, of Carroll's lost "ballad opera for puppets" - "La Guida Di Bragia" - being the first illustrator in over a century to be approved by the Carroll estate ...