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Closing Night, Open Doors: Western Canada High School Drama Students Say Goodbye to Our Town

It is closing night of Western Canada High School Drama’s production of Our Town, a play by Thornton Wilder. Family and friends have braved the freezing weather outside to come support the cast and crew. 457 more words


Unclog the Blog

My brain’s been bloated with thoughts, words and stories since before Thanksgiving.

Afterwards, a kind of creative constipation overwhelmed me, as I thought through various blog entries. 338 more words


WCHS Drama Hits All The Right Notes in Our Town

For playwright Thornton Wilder, the ordinary is extraordinary. It is, however, a simple truth we fail to see in the course of our daily lives. 551 more words


Quote • Thornton Wilder

‘I regard the theatre as the greatest of all art forms, the most immediate way in which a human being can share with another the sense of what it is to be a human being.’ 13 more words


“The highest tribute
to the dead is not grief
but gratitude.”
Thornton Wilder


Our Town Review

Saturday I went to see Theater South Carolina’s production of Thornton Wilder’s Our Town, directed by Steve Pearson. I was familiar with the plot of this American classic, but interested to see what new life would be brought to it. 339 more words