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Matt Huynh is an Australian-born New-York-based artist who illustrated Sam Chanse’s play Lydia’s Funeral Video. This week we got to interview him and ask about his creative processes and inspirations. Be sure to check out his artwork on his website and in Sam’s book! Lydia’s Funeral Video is such a unique and innovative book-form collaboration—how did you, Sam Chanse, and […]

02/01

LFV Reading

02/01

LFV Reading

Monday, February 1, 2016, 8 PM Kearny Street Workshop (1246 Folsom St, San Francisco, CA 94103) Mark your calendars, because Lydia’s Funeral Video will be launching in San Francisco in an unforgettable event! Join us and Kearny Street Workshop in February for a performance & discussion of Lydia’s Funeral Video with SAM CHANSE. Writer Claire Light will be joining in […]

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The Nervous Breakdown featured a self-interview with Sam Chanse, author of LYDIA’S FUNERAL VIDEO, in which she explores her resistance to social media, differentiates solo play and one-woman show, talks anxiety, and more. If you haven’t read her book yet, get to it! You can get a head start by reading an excerpt on the Nervous Breakdown […]

 
 
 
 

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