Photo Credit: Steve J. Sherman
“When I first heard Hersch interviewed on NPR years ago, I said, ‘I’ve got to know more about this guy. His music is going to tell me something that, as a doctor, I’d otherwise never know.” said Dr. Rita Charon, the executive director of the Program in Narrative Medicine. What it taught her, and the audience, was about the richness—including the fear, humor, and creativity—of the experience.
Great review in Health Canal of MY COMA DREAMS performance at Columbia University.
MY COMA DREAMS will be at Columbia University March, 2nd. Get your tickets at http://www.mycomadreams.com/
Photo by Stephanie Berger
ARTINFO‘s review “It is a remarkable and touching work, by turns alarming and funny, tense and tender, showcasing equally Hersch’s deep love of, say, Thelonious Monk’s music, and his deeply loving relationship with his partner.”
For more information about My Coma Dreams, check the website
Tickets are available at San Francisco Performances
San Jose Mercury article
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Next stop Berlin, then San Francisco.
Congratulations Fred and Herschel!
Beautiful review from David Hadju in The New Republic with some video excerpts from the premiere.
Check out the review of MY COMA DREAMS in Culturebot
“a beautiful piece, seamlessly combining music, theater and video into one coherent, dream-like narrative.”
We are all so happy about the premiere of MY COMA DREAMS. We are going through footage and will post more photos soon!
Herschel and Michael rehearsing at Eamonn Farrell‘s studio in Brooklyn. Tech rehearsal is starting tomorrow in Montclair with the Premiere in 3 days…