Today, hundreds of people will gather at the Center for Visual and Performing Arts in Munster, Indiana, to hear a baldish twinkly-eyed, fifty-ish fellow with round wire glasses, read stories related one way or another, to Christmas. Over the years, he’s read a half dozen Truman Capote storie…
The starting bell of the holiday season, John Cain's Holiday Reading at South Shore Arts, officially sounded on Tuesday around 1 pm, when the Executive Director began reading "A Jug of Silver," a Truman Capote short story.---Pat Colander, Associate Publisher and Editor.
1994 A Christmas Memory by Truman Capote
I had nobody to blame but myself. I had insisted on pursuing a degree in theatre, insisted that I was the one who could make it, and here I was, a year after graduation, desperate for work and wondering how I could get out of ever doing any. The summer before I had landed a job with a born-a…
When John Cain started with what was then called the Northern Indiana Arts Association in October 1993, he was already thinking about some creative holiday possibilities.
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In 1994, John Cain, the new director of the Northern Indiana Arts Association (as it was known then), delighted a group of NIAA ladies with a holiday reading from Truman Capote's "A Christmas Memory."
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