For many years he was a regular on Channel 5, ABC-Cleveland's "Morning Exchange" and "Live on 5," serving as the stations communication consultant. He has also appeared on "Good Morning America." Roy served as the Director of Public Relations for the Volunteer Office in the White House during the first Clinton Administration.
He is a professor of communication and psychology who taught at George Washington University, University of Maryland, Notre Dame College of Ohio and Towson University. Roy is the author of 31 books. Several years ago, he was selected by Cleveland Magazine as one of the most interesting people in Cleveland.
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July 25, 2016
Walking down Queen Street, the main shopping boulevard in beautiful Niagara-on-the Lake, during the third week of July, was like being in downtown Cleveland. Cav championship t-shirts and Indian's garb were worn by many of the strollers. Our Toronto friends shared that in almost every play they attended, their neighbors on one or both sides of their seats were from the Cleveland area.BWW Review: Impressive ASSASSINS at Near West Theatre
July 19, 2016
'There's Another National Anthem, folks. For those who never win . . . for the ones who might have been.' A line from a Trump election advertisement? No, its from the Stephen Sondheim, John Weidman musical, Assassins, now on stage at Near West Theatre.BWW Review: GroundWorks Dance Theater Astounding at Cain Park
July 18, 2016
The indoor-outdoor Alma Theatre was seasonally comfortable with almost all of the seats full on opening night of Groundworks Dance Theater's 14 th annual performance at the Cleveland Heights hilly, tree-covered Cain Park. What the participants didn't know was that the almost always proficient Groundworks Dance Theater was about to let loose with what assuredly was one their finest performances.BWW Review: HARBOR Attempts to Examine 'What's a Family' at convergence continuum
July 18, 2016
What happens when a happily married gay couple's home is invaded by one of the duo's pot-headed, manipulating sister, with her teen daughter in-tow? According to Chad Beguelin, the author of the play Harbor, which is now on stage at convergence-continuum, the answer is angst, frustration, revelations and a surprising, if less than expected, conclusion.BWW Review: BILLY ELLIOT The Musical Sings and Dances Its Way on the Beck Center Stage
July 13, 2016
The year is 1984. Margaret Thatcher, the first woman British Prime Minister, declared war on the coal labor unions, closed 20 mines and laid off 20,000 workers in what she called 'the process of bringing the British coal industry up to competitive levels.'BWW Review: RING OF FIRE, Johnny Cash Jukebox Musical, Delights at Porthouse
July 11, 2016
Johnny Cash, 'The Man in Black,' was noted as a somber singer of such songs as 'I Walk the Line,' 'If I Were a Carpenter,' and 'Ring of Fire.' The latter was chosen as the title for Richard Maltby, Jr.'s jukebox musical, now on stage at Porthouse Theatre, which loosely centers on the trials and tribulations of Cash's life. While not autobiographical, per se, there is enough of the tale of the man to gain an understanding of Cash, his music, his strong belief in social causes, and his personal problems.Beck Center Does National Search for Their Billy (Elliot)
June 30, 2016
The multi-award winning Billy Elliot The Musical tells the historically tale of a community in strife caused by a miners' strike in County Durham, in North Eastern England, balanced against the fictional tale of a lad named Billy.BWW Review: SISTER ACT Delights as the Opening Show of the 2016 Porthouse Season
June 21, 2016
What happens when a new musical opens at the prestigious Pasadena Playhouse in California and becomes the highest grossing show ever at that venue? Obviously, it is grabbed up by a Broadway producer who opens it on the Great White Way. Right? Wrong!BWW Review: Reimagined PHANTOM OF THE OPERA Impressive at the State Theatre, But . . .
June 21, 2016
It's been seen by over 140-million people in 30 countries and 151 cities. It's been translated into 14 languages. It's Broadway's longest running show. What is it? Andrew Lloyd Webber's The Phantom of the Opera, which is now on stage at the State Theatre, in a reimagined form.2016 Blossom Music Festival is a Potpourri of Treats!
June 9, 2016
What do the '1812 Overture,' 'An American In Paris,' Pinchas Zukerman, and viewing of film Raiders Of The Lost Ark and playing it's score all have in common? They are all part of the 2016 Blossom Music Festival.BWW Review: LINES IN THE DUST - Riveting, Edifying and Upsetting at CPT
June 6, 2016
In 2011, Kelly Williams-Bolar served a 10-day jail sentence for illegally sending her children to a suburban school outside of her Akron, Ohio district. The sentence disqualified Williams-Bolar from getting her accreditation as a teacher. A storm of protests, both pro and con, quickly followed the sentence and a later pardon by the governor.BWW Review: Cain Park's Anti-Pollution THE TOXIC AVENGER Will Delight Many!
June 6, 2016
There seems to be a trend in the choices theaters are making regarding musicals they produce. Maybe it's a desire to attract younger audiences, or it's the popularity of comic book heroes as the subject of television shows and movies, but like it or not, the age of 'unusual' protagonists is here.Summer Stages: 2016 Summer Theater Offerings in Cleveland
June 3, 2016
BILLY ELLIOT THE MUSICAL, July 8-August 14-Based on the 2000 Academy Award nominated film and the 2009 winner of 10 Tony Awards, it's the story of a young boy in a depressed mining town in England, who discovers his extraordinary gift for ballet, and gets admitted to the prestigious Royal Ballet School.BWW Review: HEATHERS the Musical at Beck Center - Rockin' Music, Teen-aged Angst and Great Choreography!
June 1, 2016
A teenaged girl snarls at another, 'I know who I'm sitting with at lunch, do you?' Yes, high school can be a time of great angst or hellish glee. Depends on which clique you are in! Jocks, cheerleaders, nerds, drama-kids, brains...what was your place in the high school hierarchy?New Theatre, Playwrights Local 4181, to Produce Local Writers' Scripts
May 31, 2016
Purpose is to develop "a playwrights' center," which means they will "develop plays (and playwrights), produce plays, and otherwise provide our dramatists with a long-needed home."BWW Review: Must See STEEL MAGNOLIAS Filled With Pathos and Comedy at Allen
May 31, 2016
STEEL MAGNOLIAS is now in an extended run at the Hanna Theatre, as part of the Key Bank Broadway series. It is based on author Robert Harling's sister's 1985 death from diabetic complications following the birth of his name-sake nephew.BWW Review: Blank Canvas's THE WILD PARTY, Not a Musical for Everyone
May 24, 2016
THE WILD PARTY is a musical by Michael John LaChiusa and George C. Wolfe based on the same poem.BWW Review: Albee Exorcises his Demons in THREE TALL WOMEN at convergence-continuum
May 23, 2016
Edward Albee's THREE TALL WOMEN, a version of which is now on stage at convergence-continuum, has quite a pedigree. In 1994 it won Best Play recognition from the Drama Critics Circle and the Outer Critics Circle, the Lucille Lortel Award for Outstanding Play, and the Pulitzer Prize for Drama.BWW Review: Great Lakes Theatre's THE FANTASTICKS is a Pleasant Experience
May 19, 2016
THE FANTASTICKS, the Tom Jones (book and lyrics) and Harvey Schmidt (music) musical holds the honor of being 'the only Off-Broadway show to have won a Tony.' In addition, the show, which has been playing in New York for 56 years, is also the longest running theatrical production in American theater history.BWW Review: Insightful, Thought Stimulating WRESTLING JERUSALEM at CPT
May 9, 2016
Shortly into WRESTLING JERUSALEM, Aaron Davidman's self-written and performed one-man play, now on stage at the newly remodeled James Levin Theatre at Cleveland Public Theatre, Davidman tells a joke. A joke which is, in actuality, not funny, but very sad and prophetic.