interviewed by Jen Bergmark
Initially I had much more confidence with fictional characters than
I did with the character of Kleopatra. I couldn't even type
her name. I kept calling her "the queen, the queen, the queen," until I realized
that I was being absurd.
interviewed by Derek Alger
Clearly, a show covering current events and history wasn't going to be
a TV spectacular. But then along came the Internet and it occurred to me -- this might be the perfect vehicle for bringing
history into the public square.
by Kevin Barry
It’s June, in the evening, a little past eight. The day has been warm, with lots of sun. The sky is bright still, but soon a stretching dusk will come. Residual traffic surfs along the main road to the city. Car radios hum. In the …