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Closing Day at Grover's Corners

Meanwhile back in Berkeley, California, today is the closing performance for the Shotgun Players production of Our Town. I was very pleased to be in the audience for this show on New Year’s Eve, and had meant to write about it here sooner… but it feels appropriate to give it a tip of the hat at the end of its run. 449 more words


CWW Interview with Stephen Aubrey, Newport, Rhode Island Instructor & Playwright

The Cambridge Writers’ Workshop is proud to introduce Stephen Aubrey, who will be teaching classes on theatre, performance, screenwriting, and playwriting at our Writing and Yoga Retreat in Newport, Rhode Island (April 2-5, 2015) 2,307 more words

Ask Me About: How do you pronounce Mexico?

“Remarks like that were embedded in my head and took up precious space that should have been occupied with other things but wasn’t.” – Ray Midge, … 303 more words

General Writing

galleries and theatres

I’m intrigued by some of the films you have been sending me (which I’ll post soon). It occurs to me that you seem to be drawn to situations in which the audience is raised above the stage in tiered (raked) seating, and – most importantly – there is a relatively one-to-one viewing perspective with a… 101 more words


Playwright Bio

Rachel Bonds

Rachel hails from Sewanee, a small, college town in eastern Tennessee. She attended Brown University, where she earned a Bachelor’s degree in theatre. Her plays have been produced at Manhattan Theatre Club and New York Stage and Film in New York, Artist’s Theatre of Louisville, and the Arden Theatre in Philadelphia. 111 more words


A Clockwork Orange

Welcome back :)

Today, Thursday (week 2), we will begin by developing a framework of understanding for the novel A Clockwork Orange. You will be working in groups. 381 more words

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