Category Archives: Media

The Ghastly Impermanence: A Writer’s Theater

Thoughts about the writer's dimension of radio drama.

The Ghastly Impermanence: A Listener’s Theater

Thoughts about Andrew Allan and the idea of creating a Canadian national theater through broadcast.

The Ghastly Impermanence: Ideas Present

Thoughts on Howard Barker's In the Depth of Dead Love, Alan Bennett's Denmark Hill and sundry.

The Ghastly Impermanence: Techno-Pessimism as a Dangerous Vision

Thoughts on the BBC's latest Dangerous Visions series.

The Ghasty Impermanence: Beckett in the Sandbox

Thoughts on the Sandbox Radio production of Beckett's All that Fall and Words and Music.

The Ghastly Impermanence: Chopstream

Thoughts on the ever-popular genre piece.

“Infinity and Chashu Ramen”: An Interview with Filmmaker Kerwin Berk

"I love being Asian American. I love being Japanese American. Our history, our culture, our world perspective ... our food ... everything that it entails, I love. And it is this kind of love and joy we take in being ourselves that we tried to capture in "Infinity & Chashu Ramen.""

The Ghastly Impermanence: Return of the Repressed

Our audio drama column is back. Omar Willey assembles some thoughts on the matter.

Get On Up

Andrew Hamlin untangles Tate Taylor's biopic of James Brown.

The Purge: Anarchy

Andrew Hamlin muses on the asshole syndrome, anarchy and worldly parallels in this latest review.