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Dance. Music. Hitler…

You, Fascinating You in the Spotlight “A moving and inspiring novel”‘ — Journalist, writer & dance reviewer Georgina Butler reviews ‘You, Fascinating You’ The rarefied world of classical ballet demands sacrifice and determination. Fittingly, Germaine Shames’ compelling novel You, Fascinating You shines a spotlight on the life of a dancer whose strength of character, passion […]

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MAKING MUSICALS

An Interview with Librettist/Lyricist Germaine Shames Reprinted with permission of Jaz Dorsey, dramaturg.   Thanks to Mahesh Steven Grossman, there is a fantastic new facebook page that I encourage every one to check out – Show Off Your New Musical. This is where I came across Arizona playwright and author, Germaine Shames, and learned of […]

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From the Page To the Stage: YOU, FASCINATING YOU Lands a Premiere

An Interview with Director Robert Encila Author Germaine Shames first met Robert Encila at Studio Connections’ production of A Man of No Importance and knew, instantly and beyond doubt, that he was the ideal director for her first musical. The gripping performances and spellbinding illusions Robert brings to the stage can be attributed to one […]

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