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Many Roanokers don’t remember the American Theatre. This is without blame because the theatre was torn down in 1971. But, in it’s day the theatre was a utopia for many Roanokers, providing a place to escape from the trials of daily life into the magical world of the theatre. 145 more words
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
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