Tag Archives: The Twilight Zone

By Lory Martinez Anne Serling, author of As I Knew Him: My Dad, Rod Serling gave a talk-back this past Sunday (March 16) after Elizabeth Mozer’s  final staging of The Twilight Zone in Binghamton University's Watters Theatre.  The author discussed her childhood and some of the things that inspired her father's work. The play, based on two of Rod Serling’s teleplays, “The Monsters Are Due on Maple Street” and “Dust,” featured the same narration style he used in his successful sci-fi TV series. Here are a few...
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Did you catch an opening weekend performance of The Twilight Zone at BU or Miss Saigon at EPAC as BAM reviewers Nancy Oliveri and George Basler did? Were you gallery-hopping during First Friday? Or perhaps you just caught a good act playing at a bar? How were the arts part of YOUR weekend? Please join in the conversation....
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