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FALL 2014 PREVIEW!

Here is a very short list of things happening in fair Toronto in the next and best four months. Get out and enjoy! Yay art! 81 more words

Books

"Croak" at the Theatrikos Theater Company this Weekend

“Croak” was a 10-minute play of mine that was one of seven selected for the Northern Arizona Playwriting Showcase at Theatrikos Theater Company, Flagstaff, Arizona. 48 more words

Bianca Sams receives the Tennesse Rep Ingram New Works Fellowship!

Recent MFA grad, Bianca Sams is apart of the 2014-15 New Works Fellowship at Tennessee Rep!  This prestigious opportunity is given to 4 playwrights per year and includes development help on a new play, a public reading and workshops with professional theater artists.  22 more words

News

Stop. Look. Listen.

I’ve just received my reading list for the dramaturgy class on my program. And now I’m in a mood.

For one, there isn’t a title younger than the age of 100. 995 more words

Of Plays and Novels

Yesterday morning, over tea and seemingly out of the blue, my mother asked when am I going to write another novel.

“I think you miss it. 421 more words

Scribbling

“I don’t think football is ready for just yet. In the coming decade or two, it’s going to be acceptable, but at this point in time it’s still a man’s-man game.

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Hearst’s New York Journal and Advertiser, Nov. 7, 1897, describing “How Young Hasche’s Life Was Crushed Out,” “How Von Gammon Was Killed by Concussion of the Brain,” and “How Gordona Was Killed at Bayone, NJ by a Fracture of the Skull”–one of many criticisms from the press in football’s earliest years, when the sport took as many as 20 lives per year.