By Jean Hastings Ardell, Dec 21st, 1989, in The Los Angles Times
Taking the Arts to the People : Steve Mellow's Never Met an Audience He Didn't Entertain
Steve Mellow's passion for the arts came early in life. Once, in his fourth-grade classroom in Chicago, Mellow, who was 10 and taking acting lessons, volunteered to re-enact the events at Plymouth Rock. He says he took control of the class.
"The first row of kids was pilgrims, the second row, the Indians, and third row was the reporters. It was spontaneous; we had a great time," recalls Mellow.
And so began his career in The Readers' Theatre. Read more >>>