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In For a Penny: Casual Setting

Charles Lewis III gets set.

“A common mistake that people make when trying to design something completely foolproof is to underestimate the ingenuity of complete fools.” 900 more words

Charles Lewis III

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In which I ponder theatrical sets, both practical and digital.

In For a Penny: Casual Setting

Charles Lewis III gets set.

“A common mistake that people make when trying to design something completely foolproof is to underestimate the ingenuity of complete fools.” 900 more words

Charles Lewis III

ALCOHOL AND THE HUMAN BODY

From the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism:
In 2013, of the 71,713 total liver disease deaths among individuals aged 12 and older, 46.4 percent involved alcohol. 86 more words

The Unsung Gender-Parity Warriors

American Theatre magazine shines a spotlight on gender dis/parity and the mission of the Women’s Voices Theatre Festival.

White Girl Problems

To wake up in New York City is a glorious thing especially on a glorious day like today with the sun sparkling on the Hudson and so much possiblity. 1,247 more words

Stray Dog Theatre Announces Their 2015-2016 Season

The season begins with the regional premiere of Dogfight (Oct. 8—24), with music and lyrics by Benj Pasek and Justin Paul and a book by Peter Duchan, based on the screenplay by Bob Comfort, about three young marines who set out for a night of mischief and debauchery on the eve of their deployment in 1963.

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#ReadingForParity Week 2: "Our Lady of Kibeho" by Katori Hall

This was not the play I planned to read next for this project, but I was going through a pile of unread magazines and came across an “American Theatre” from February with the complete text of the script inside, and before I knew it I was tearing through it completely unable to put it down because I wanted, NEEDED, to know what was going to happen next, so gripping did I find the characters and plot. 426 more words

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