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Confessions of a Pulpiteer
Confessions of A Pulipiteer


Sacramento Theater Examiner

Rehearsal photos of
"Confessions of a Pulpiteer"
the first staged reading of the
2010 Playwright's Festival of New Works
by: Barry Wisdom



KCSB 91.9 Santa Barbara Interview

"The Culture of Protest"
host Dick Flack interviews
Lee Boek about
Confessions of a Pulpiteer.
Musicians Mitch Greenhill
& Roberta Levitow
sing with Lee,
songs from the performance

Confessions of a Pulpiteer
[partial] Soundtrack *

I'll Fly Away

Farther Along

* Songs performed by Mitch Greenhill & Roberta Levitow.

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"Happy Bloomsday To ULYSSES Lovers Everywhere"

Public Works Presents
A Voice In The Well Production:

11th Annual IRISH Literary Cabaret

Tuesday, June 16
Pacific Palisades

Village Books
1049 Swarthmore
Pacific Palisades, 90272
(310) 454-4063

Door donations appreciated
Artists reception to follow with Irish coffee & desserts!


- Kate Friedricks & The Sons of Moynahans sing and play Irish lilts to their heart’s content

- Tania Getty, DJ CARLILE, Michael Lindsay, Lee Boek, Rory Johnston, Bill & Pablo present Baron Dunsany's Irish charming spoof on the British: Atalanta In Wimbledon

- William H. Bassett, Rory, DJ, Michae Lindsayl & Lee Boek present parallel scenes from ULYSSES Episode 17 ITHACA

- Tom Stoppard's pastiche on Joyce’s time in Zurich in TRAVESTIES

- Kate Friedricks presents the 'Molly Bloom's Soliloquy" from Episode 18 PENELOPE

** hosted by Eric Vollmer


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