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Theater Around The Bay: Looking Back/Looking Forward At ON THE SPOT

Sara Judge, Empress of “On the Spot” and Co-creator/Director of November’s “I Like That” recaps her year with Theater Pub, and weighs in on the violence of theater-making. 1,408 more words

Theater Around The Bay

“To approach the theatre as an art form we must be able to act in this empathetic spirit. But in our new global environment we find ourselves immersed in commerce, in the marketplace and, perhaps because of it, we find ourselves in conflict. 147 more words

My Artist Statement is Education

For those of you who don’t know me, my name is Amelia Figg-Franzoi and I’m the theatre teacher at Homestead High School in Mequon WI.  This blog is written in response to my teachings and learning, and sometimes written by the students I’ve conned into posting.   1,379 more words

Drama Club

The Friday Dose #74

Today’s Dose is all about addiction. Or might it be better described as repetitive action? I’ve said for decades: it is more like an animal pacing frenetically in a claustrophobic zoo than it is a disease. 102 more words

Change And Addictions

Film Review: 'The Babushkas of Chernobyl'

Rather serene for a documentary set in an area where few would would dare to live, “The Babushkas of Chernobyl” paints an affectionate portrait of a group of women who, after the 1986 Chernobyl disaster and evacuation, returned to the exclusion zone surrounding the nuclear power plant and have resided there — semi-officially, we’re told — for years. 572 more words


NEW YORK CITY: "My Technology" - when 20- and 30-somethings integrate technology and real life

There’s a lot of social media attention being paid to My Technology, a new ensemble play conceived and directed by Deena Levy in which twenty- and thirty-somethings confront the confusion of technology with identity. 986 more words


WILLIAMSTOWN: "A Rite" (of Spring) at '62 Center brings Anne Bogart, Bill T. Jones, and Janet Wong together

When it premiered in Paris in 1913, Igor Stravinsky’s The Rite of Spring, with choreography by Vaslav Nijinksy, was greeted with the vocal equivalent of rotten tomatoes. 832 more words