I’m delighted that many friends and colleagues will be joining us on April 27th. We’re going to be in good company! This is a reprint of last week’s invitation, in case you missed it or couldn’t find the link:


If you can join us, we’ll be among old friends and good memories.

Once again:

The Los Angeles County School For the Arts is honoring me and my brother, John Lithgow, with the Arts Advocate Award this year. The event will be held at the Avalon Hollywood on April 27. John’s brand new film, “Art Happens Here” will be featured. In it he joins arts students in dance, theatre, visual and media Arts, and both vocal and instrumental music, actually taking the role of a student in each discipline. Always the entertainer, he highlights the awkwardness and joy of learning something new!

John himself will be in New York City for the launch of the film, but he’ll be beamed in via video.

I will be feted for my work as one of the chief architects of the Los Angeles Unified School District’s Elementary Arts Program, now in it’s 25th year, and for my book: “Lessons From Shakespeare’s Classroom: Empowering Learning Through Drama and Rhetoric.” I am proud to share this honor with so many fantastic colleagues who joined me on the journey.


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