books by Ray
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DIS: Voices from a Shelter, the final
I am currently working
on DIS: Voices from a Shelter, the final version. More
on this to follow soon. See reviews and commentary on this work in ray's
books, a description of DIS... and the Collector's Editions available
now, but only for a short time....
I am currently working on finishing a book of children's poems, and it is
well along the way. If you are a potential reviewer of a work like this, or a
publisher who would interested in taking a look, please contact me. The book on
Cleveland has been published and is available.
If you'd like to communicate your interest to me right now, click
the email icon at right. Thanks. And I'll get back in touch.
If you're a serious or professional poet, performer or actor, musician,
playwright, writer, producer, and the like, I am open to looking at ideas
that would fit both my interest and my style. I'm open. If you have a feel for
what I'm doing after looking through my web site and you have an idea where you
think we might have a match, I urge you to contact me and run it by me. One
never knows. If you have such an idea you'd like to communicate to me right now,
click the email icon at above right. Thanks. And I'll get back in touch.
Blue Sky Transmission,
A Tibetan Book of the Dead
Cleveland Public Theatre, Blue Sky Transmission,
A Tibetan Book of the Dead,
a play by co-authors Ray
Raymond Bobgan, Patricia Harusame-Leebove, Mike Geither. Cleveland and New
York City - opened in 2002.
Flanagan's Wake, FINAL Cleveland Performance
was Nov. 21-22, Powerhouse Pub
The photo here was taken in celebration of
the 500th performance of Flanagan's Wake. shown here are Ray with
former Cleveland Mayor Jane Campbell, who attended the celebration. The priest
(it's only a costume) is none other than John Regan, the owner of Rodeo
Clowns, the production company that performs Flanagan's Wake - he
masterfully plays the Priest in the performance.
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