Dance and Aging
We're so jazzed! The Historical Novel Society recently named You, Fascinating You Editor's Choice, calling the book "faultless" and "most highly recommended."
You, Fascinating You, the musical, moves steadily forward. To stay updated, "like" our Facebook page.
Italy discovers the Vittorio De Sica connection behind You, Fascinating You!
Russian danseur Stanislav Belyaevsky, who has danced many of the same roles as Baryshnikov, contributed the cover image for You, Fascinating You. www.artballetphoto.com
The stage adaptation of You, Fascinating You was table-read at Tucson's historic Temple of Music and Art on July 8. Heartfelt thanks to Old Pueblo Playwrights for making this possible.
Prominent NZ anthropologist, Dr. Peter Cleave, reviews You, Fascinating You on video through a social science lens.
Author Adam Sydney talks with Casper Silk—aka Germaine Shames—about the art of letting go.
Dynamic danseur and history buff, Darrell Wood, reviews You, Fascinating You from a male point-of-view. Visit Darrell's blog, NYC Dance Stuff.
Barry Eva, radio host extraordinaire, tickled Germaine with questions in this wide-ranging interview on A Book and a Chat.
The vivacious Barbara Conelli, bestselling author and radio host and lover of all things Italian, recently invited Germaine to speak with listeners about—what else?—Italy. Watch for her forthcoming book Dolce Amore.
How is writing a novel like climbing Mt. Everest? Find out at the Daily (W)rite
Dance writer Catherine Tully recently interviewed Germaine on her blog 4dancers.