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The Lion King

Costume designers, choreographers and technicians need to be reminded occasionally that nothing is more important than character and plot. Unfortunately, this clearly did not happen with this production, which largely fails to engage on the two substantive elements of dramatisation. 407 more words

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Chick Playwrights | Zona Gale

“I don’t know a better preparation for life than a love of poetry and a good digestion.”
– Zona Gale

Fast Facts:
Zona Gale was the first woman to win the Pulitzer Prize for drama for her play  504 more words

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Chick Playwrights| Susan Glaspell

Fast Facts:
In 1915, Susan Glaspell was responsible for helping to found the Provincetown Players whose goal was to produce new and experimental plays.
Was a journalist, playwright and fiction author whose works were primarily set in Iowa  as a part of the beginnings of the regional literature movement. 597 more words

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The Consequences of Free Labor

I’m going to be slightly hyperbolic in this post because this is something that’s been bothering me for a while.

In April, I saw a play called  1,476 more words

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Theatre Review: The Crucible, Old Vic

Arthur Miller is having a bit of a moment on The Cut. Just as the gut-wrenching A View from the Bridge bows out in bloody fashion at The Young Vic, at the other end of the street, its more stately elder, The Old Vic reprises… 749 more words

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