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Teaching, Directing, And Other New Adventures

Hello all!  What a hot, hot day here in my world.  So much has been going on lately, it’s quite crazy.

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First of all, I think I have probably posted before about going back to college, getting my degree after 30, my one year of teaching, the tornado, the house fire, how difficult it all was, and how I survived and grew stronger, but I didn’t really think I’d ever be able to teach again?  692 more words

Whatever

Theater Review: Rabbit Hole at the Lounge Theatre

In a typical suburban home, a woman folds laundry—a young child’s clothes—as she chats with her sister. It’s all typical enough until the sister hesitantly reveals she is pregnant. 902 more words

Los Angeles Theater

Your showtune for April 12 is

“I Know It’s Today” – Shrek

Music: Jeanine Tesori   Lyrics: David Lindsay-Abaire

Princess Fiona ages more than twenty years waiting to be rescued during this hilarious song from the musical based on the hit animated film.   60 more words

Theatre

Barn Players Bring a Little 'High Fidelity' to their Stage

The Barn Players Proudly Present

High Fidelity

Lyrics by Amanda Green
Music by Tom Kitt
Book by David Lindsay-Abaire
Based on the novel by Nick Hornby and the Touchstone Pictures Film… 225 more words

Theatre News

Niagara Falls Again: A Postscript

When Stephanie Lindsay, who played Karla in the recent LR Playmakers’ production of Wonder of the World, first visited class on February 6, the students had not begun drafting their analyses of the play and opening night was more than a week away. 257 more words

Teaching

Signs in Niagara Land: The Quest for Meaning in "Wonder of the World"

David Lindsay-Abaire’s farce Wonder of the World chronicles Cass Harris’ search for meaning as she embarks on a new life in Niagara after discovering that her husband of seven years, Kip, has harbored a secret sexual perversion. 683 more words

Academic Writing