This week on The Treatment, Elvis sits down with New York Times columnist Frank Bruni to discuss Bruni’s memoir, “The Beauty of Dusk: On Vision Lost and Found” and how he approaches writing. Next chef and restaurateur Neal Fraser tells about his immersive dinner-theater experience “Revive: Los Angeles” currently at the downtown LA event space Vibiana. And finally on The Treat, graphic novelist Adrian Tomine explains how Mike Leigh has helped his storytelling.
‘The Beauty of Dusk,’ ‘Revive: Los Angeles’ and the Mike Leigh film that changed graphic novelist Adrian Tomine
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From this Episode:
Writer Frank Bruni on lessons learned from partially losing his vision
Frank Bruni was the restaurant critic for The New York Times for five years before switching gears to become a columnist for the paper.
Chef Neal Fraser on his hope for a new wave of immersive dining experiences
Neal Fraser is the chef at the LA restaurant Redbird and is also one of the masterminds behind “Revive: Los Angeles,” an immersive dinner theater experience going on until...