LARISSA LURY is a director, teaching artist, and sometimes an actor and an acrobat.
Its Monday afternoon in a very clean, carpeted room in the basement of St. Peters Church. From the speakers, Bob, a man with a warm voice and a distinct New York accent tells the story of the time he almost bowled a 300.
Those of us who have chosen to make a life in the arts most likely know their value. If we didnt, it might be impossible to face the wild fluxes that make up any artistic journey.