In 1975 I became one of the in-house producers of ICCC shows, and in 1978 I produced BACKALLEY TALES, written and directed by George C. Wolfe, with music by Paul Balfour. This was not my favorite experience as this was only my second production and I felt completely inept in light of the brilliance and genius of the very young George C. Wolfe, who went on to fame as a Tony-Award-Winning writer and director (and occasional actor!) on Broadway and film, and served as the artistic Director of the Public Theater in New York City. I’ve watched his rise and have been very proud of him!
To read more about my years at Inner City Cultural Center, click here.