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Rest, In Pieces -- Delaware Theatre Company

Steve Bluestein must have been bitten by what I call the Harvey Spiegelgass bug.

Harvey Spiegelgass does not exist. He is an amalgam of playwrights like Harvey Perr, Leonard Spiegelgass, and other who peppered Broadway of the Eisenhower and Kennedy eras with situation comedies that were rife with gag lines and aimed for laughs with an occasional tug at the heart. 2,080 more words

Theater Reviews

Outside the Velvet Curtain: A Preview of the Performance

It was 7:45p.m. as we waited in line to enter the double-doors of Long Theatre. After weeks of preparation, tonight Pacific students would finally make their debut in the production of three, Tennessee Williams, One Act plays. 534 more words

Behind-The-Scenes at the Talk to Me Like the Rain and Let Me Listen Rehearsal

Talk to Me like the Rain and Let Me and Listen, is the second of three Tennessee Williams’ One Acts being performed in this year’s Fall production. 328 more words

27 Wagons Full of Cotton from Big Screen to Broadway

On October 17th at 8 p.m. the Pacific Theatre Arts department will unveil their first of six performances. The fall production includes three Tennessee Williams One- Act plays including the much anticipated, … 371 more words

This Property is Condemned Made its Hollywood Debut in 1966

Before he was the horse whisperer, Robert Redford starred in the 1966 movie, This Property is Condemned. Although Redford’s character in the film, Owen, was not cast for the Pacific Theatre Arts version of the play, the movie offers an interesting take on the original. 237 more words

Meet the Cast and Crew

A theatre performance is no small task. It takes weeks of practice, preparation and planning to bring the final production to a live audience.

We understand how hard the students have been working to bring to life the exciting One Acts of Tennessee Williams, including… 196 more words

Endearing One Acts Coming to Long Theatre

Pacific Theatre Arts proudly announces the Fall 2014 Mainstage Production: a collection of poetic one-acts by acclaimed playwright Tennessee Williams. 27 Wagons Full of Cotton, This Property Is Condemned, and Talk to Me Like the Rain and Let Me Listen are a searing, unabashed look at the ultimate destructivity of neglect. 229 more words