How to Create a World Premiere:

Two books, the words in their pages,
Hold our clay that we’d work with for ages.
Workshops to mold, to make, to create,
The outline of our scenes, the outline of our fate. 192 more words

Meet the Artist: Alex Gieske

Alex Gieske accidentally stumbled into theatre when she was in sixth grade. “I auditioned for a school production because a friend forced me to and ever since then performing has been one of my passions.” Alex can’t quite pinpoint the exact reason as to why she loves acting as much as she does, but Ales knows that when an audience is captivated by the story that the actors are telling on stage, it is a sensation that is at once humbling and awesome. 595 more words


Read Play Blog #4

Read Play Blog is a meme about video games and books, posted every 16th of the month. Bloggers are encouraged to answer a discussion question, and recommend a video game that is similar to a book they liked. 229 more words


LITERARY WANDERLUST: Book Depository bookmark

When Days of Blood and Starlight was delivered, it came with what is probably my favourite Book Depository bookmark ever. You can see the full design here 134 more words


A Victorian Wild Thing, Lewis Carroll

I admit to a particular fondness for subversive books and so Betsy Bird, Julie Danielson, and Peter Sieruta’s Wild Things! Acts of Mischief in Children’s Literature… 815 more words

Alice's Adventures In Wonderland

Meet the Artist: Grace Bobber

Senior, Grace Bobber opened our interview with some wonderful inspiration, “Theatre is such an important part of my life, but on a bigger scale than that, I believe that theatre is important in the world today. 897 more words

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