The Howard Stone Show at the Shelton Theater
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The last date listed for The Howard Stone Show was Sunday February 27, 2005 / 7:00pm.
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A genius so assured he could write operas faster than secretaries could copy them, a genius so original even Bach cribbed his melodies, a genius so unconventional that his conflicting roles -- Catholic priest and creative renegade; cultural iconoclast and establishment favorite -- still shock people today, Antonio Vivaldi (1678 - 1741) remains an artist without equal. Now he comes to exuberant life in the new drama The Red Priest of Venice at the Shelton Theater. Today best known for The Four Seasons, Vivaldi was one of the most brilliant figures of the baroque period, a composer whose life was as passionate and stormy as his music. Compelling and humorous, this 90-minute show focuses on a critical period in his life when he began writing his most dazzling masterpiece ... and when he fell under the spell of two equally dazzling ladies. Learn More
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Howard Stone was first bitten by the acting bug at the age of 8, when he played Winkie Number 3, in a community theater’s version of “The Wizard of Oz”. Since then, he has received many awards for his performances including being a finalist in the Bay Area Kosher Comedy Competition, and is proud to have played such diverse roles as Lenny Bruce in the play, “Lenny”, Norman Cornell in “The Star Spangled Girl”, and the title role in “Charley’s Aunt”.
Howard penned a parody of Soap Operas entitled “Moral Heights” as well as “Sport of the Gods”, his one man show about homelessness and bowling. He is also a founding member of the improv troupes, “The Pros From Dover”, “Justice4None”, and “The Legal Briefs”.
Howard has his own single panel cartoon strip, “Blind Worms” that will soon be available online.