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Where Are You Airdrie?

The creative arts are the measure and reflection of our civilization. They offer many children an opportunity to see life with a larger perspective…The moral values we treasure are reflected in the beauty and truth that is emotionally transmitted through the arts.

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Theatre

Dive Into Deliciousness

Just had to reproduce these swoon-worthy photos from the New York Times. They’re from an article titled “Dive Into Darkness” about Hugh Jackman’s return to Broadway in Jez Butterworth’s play… 128 more words

Beautiful Men

Ready, Set, Register!

Everything you ever needed to know to get ahead as an artist will be covered in our exciting workshop series! After a great first installment of our monthly event, … 703 more words

Theatre

Last Call for Submission: Poetic License 6@6 Reading Series - Deadline: November 20, 2014

Poetic Theater Productions is seeking submissions for the 6@6 Reading

Series in Poetic License: our 4th annual festival of new poetic

theater, taking place February 2-22, 2015 at Wild Project. 207 more words

Playwriting

Silly Poem #137

Poets, pen-pushers, playwrights,

For us, getting served is hard,

Even dear old Shakespeare was

Often told he was bard.

Baldy

The Great Playwrights Ranked By Cause of Death

18. Tennessee Williams – Tried to open eye drop bottle with teeth, choked on cap.

17. Joe Orton – Bludgeoned to death by partner during domestic dispute. 127 more words

Drama Club

Douglas Jerrold, Playwright and Midshipman Serving Under Jane Austen's Brother, Francis

Douglas William Jerrold (London 3 January 1803 – 8 June 1857 London) was an English dramatist and writer.

Biography
Jerrold’s father, Samuel Jerrold, was an actor and lessee of the little theatre of Wilsby near Cranbrook in Kent. 1,424 more words

British History