Is the ability to connect with the dead a valid phenomenon, or is it, in the words of renowned escape artist Harry Houdini, merely “flimflam,” meaning, what performers do to make lies seem like truth? That question propels the play “Flim Flam,” which dramatizes the investigation...
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Update: August 9, 2007: Oscar-nominated screenwriter Mel Shavelson died yesterday at 90.
When I got the call from Montreal, fortunately I was sitting down. The woman said her name was Bryna Wasserman, and she wanted to produce a musical based on the film I had made about Harry...