Mike Craver | How Does a Glass Eye Work?

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How Does a Glass Eye Work?

by Mike Craver

A comic ditty from "Lunch at the Piccadilly" a musical by Clyde Edgerton and Mike Craver.
Genre: Folk: Alternative Folk
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Mike is a North Carolinian. Mike was a member of the Red Clay Ramblers for 12 years, and after that became involved in music theatre. New York Off Broadway credits include Diamond Studs (Westside Arts); and Sam Shepard’s A Lie of the Mind (Promenade); Oil City Symphony (Circle in the Square Downtown) co-author and original cast member with Mark Hardwick, Debra Monk and Mary Murfitt; and Radio Gals (John Houseman) co-authored with Mark Hardwick. Oil City Symphony received a Drama Desk and an Outer Critics Circle Award; Radio Gals, LA Ovation Award. Co-arranged and musical directed the original off-Broadway production of Smoke on the Mountain at the Lambs Theatre, and arranged and contributed music for Smoke on the Mountain Homecoming. Collaborated with author Clyde Edgerton in making a musical out of his novel Lunch at the Piccadilly, and a musicalized reading and CD out of his novel THE BIBLE SALESMAN. Solo records: Fishing For Amour (l984), Wagoner’s Lad (l999), and Shining Down (2002).

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