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The Light in the Piazza -- Villanova Theatre

Adam Guettel enjoys a  unique distinction among the current class of musical theater composers. While Redgraves and Fondas have responded to the generational lure of acting, and various fathers and sons have illustrated the passing on of baseball talent, Guettel is alone in being a third-generation songwriter for Broadway. 3,187 more words

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What light from yonder piazza breaks?

Every since I saw Floyd Collins nearly a decade ago, thanks to Leave It To Jane’s Tim Ryan, I’ve wanted to see everything by composer/lyricist Adam Guettel.   607 more words


A Feminist Light in the Piazza

Originally posted at Ms. Magazine

The great Southern writer Elizabeth Spencer wrote her most famous story, “The Light in the Piazza, ” while living abroad. 874 more words


The Light In The Piazza, cast 2

So, as I said in my last post, I got asked by three different friends of mine to take pictures at the second night of dress rehearsal for The Light In The Piazza, the understudies cast. 59 more words

The Light In The Piazza

So I pulled out my camera for the first time in almost two months (finally!), and hit up dress rehearsal for the show that is going on this weekend at Samford. 129 more words