The point is often made that early 20th Century Russian playwright Anton Chekhov thought of his plays as comedies, while in the years since they have mostly been played as rueful, melancholy drama. In his new twist on Chekhovian ideas, Christopher Durang has rightly realized that it’s a matter of context – Chekhov’s plays could have probably been funny to early 20th Century Russians! (That Chekhov didn’t find Russian productions of his plays in his own time funny enough is a different and very complex issue).
Tag: afternoon delight
When I think of playwright William Inge I think of two things. I think of his hero worship of Tennessee Williams – I share it, but think that in some ways it limited Inge as a playwright. And I think of the gay Inge’s propensity for including well-built young men wearing as little as possible in his plays. And for that, Bill Inge, I am truly thankful.
Todd Sanfield, shot photographer Kevin McDermott for the book Hotel Motel, is providing us with the hump day eye candy as today’s Afternoon Delight.
Here are more pictures of Todd Sanfield’s Hotel Motel followed by a description and details on how you can by the book of photos shot by Kevin McDermott.
Whether you need it or not, your heart rate is probably about to sky rocket! Thanks to sexy male model Chris Petersen and photographer Joseph Sinclair, it’s getting hot in here.
There are more pictures from this black and white series featuring Chris Petersen shot by Joseph Sinclair here: