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By JAMES HARLEY - Special to ...
By JAMES HARLEY - Special to The State
...James Harley is a writer and visual artist.He holds a doctorate in theater history and criticism from the University of Texas.
By JAMES ...
By JAMES HARLEY
...James Harley holds a doctorate in theater history and criticism from the University of Texas.
The State | 01/18/2007 | Workshop’s flawed ‘Mockingbird’ still powerful
By JAMES HARLEY
...While Copeland Hanshaw and Tyler Jones are mechanically apt in their roles as Finch's children, Scout and Jem, director Jocelyn Sanders does not get enough out of them to carry their weight in such a heavy show.
...James Harley is an actor, writer and visual artist.He holds a doctorate in theater history and criticism from the University of Texas.
The Latest News from OVGI » 2009» June
Monday, June 8th served as the perfect opportunity for advocacy in action as Goodwill participant, James Harley, testified in front of Hamilton County's Tax Levy Review Committee.
His compelling testimony in support of the Hamilton County Board of MR/DD's upcoming tax levy, appeared to be persuasive to the panel of more than 10 review committee members.
James currently serves as the Secretary for Ohio Valley Goodwill's Consumer Advisory Council (CAC), and has become quite a spokesperson and advocate on behalf of individuals with disabilities.
"I am thrilled that James was willing to share his important testimony with the Review Committee," said Leslie McCurley, Asst. Director of Rehabilitation Services.
The testimony that James
wrote and presented includes the following comments:
My name is James Harley
from Ohio Valley Goodwill Industries
James Harley is a Columbia-based writer, teacher and visual artist.
He holds a B.A. in history from the Honors College of the
. In addition to publishing numerous articles on a wide range of theatre history topics in academic journals, Dr. Harley worked as a freelance theatre reviewer for The State newspaper from 2003 to 2008, and is a contributing Arts writer for Columbia's Free Times alternative weekly.
He is also a sports columnist for The Sideline.
He has served as a guest lecturer in theatre at the
Also an occasional performer, Harley has appeared in numerous roles on the
As a visual artist, Harley has won the largest juried sculpture show in the state, as well as receiving "Best of Show" and "