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Arts Pop: 2015 Circle Awards nominees, The Rep announces 2015-2016 season


ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI)-The St. Louis Theater Circle has announced nominees for its 2015 awards  which honor outstanding work in St. Louis professional theater in 2014. 167 more words

AM Show

Some unsolicited advice for aspiring playwrights

I am not a playwright. Neither am I an actor. The below advice does not come from a fellow or aspiring professional. Neither has it been asked for. 1,490 more words

Shakespeare

Reading Challenge Week 5: The Miniaturist (2014) by Jessie Burton

This year I’ve decided to challenge myself to read a new book every week – and write about it a little bit here. I hope to touch on a variety of books – old and new, long and short, fiction and non-fiction – and maybe discover some new favourites. 389 more words

Classics

day three ~ about texts...art

this is the second to last lesson in the book!  i can’t believe i’m nearly done…

for this lesson i must let go of my “head” and connect to my stomach, my gut, my intuition.   176 more words

Journal

Almost, Maine by John Cariani: an analysis for production

Almost, Maine by John Cariani is a beautiful, poetic, endearing, popular, and very funny show. It is a two-act play with multiple characters and scenes, but only one through-story (prologue, intermission, epilogue). 312 more words

Mid-West

King Charles III - Wyndham's Theatre

When a play explores unimaginable political horrors that could even vaguely have the potential to become a hideous reality it sets the old grey matter exploding into a cacophony of debate and moral wrestling. 553 more words

Theatre Scribbler

As I Like It

Last night, while hordes of jersey-clad out-of-towners (and locals alike) descended upon downtown Phoenix (our backyard) for the NFL Experience, my boyfriend and I snuck off to Mesa for a little classic Shakespeare. 835 more words

Social Butterfly Excursions