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Whodunit?

By ALBERT EVANS, 5th Avenue Artistic Associate

A cloud obscures the moon. A window shatters. A woman screams. Silence. Then…a car speeds away.

There has been a murder! 472 more words

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Meet the Suspects of Murder for Two

By JORDAN LUSINK, 5th Avenue Communications Coordinator
Photos by Jeff Carpenter Photography

Click here to find out more and purchase tickets to Murder for Two.

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"Steppin' Out of the Shadows:" An Interview with Murder for Two's Kellen Blair

By KWAPI VENGESAYI, 5th Avenue Community Engagement Specialist

Murder for Two is a hilarious musical comedy to die for. It received rave reviews during a record-breaking run at Chicago Shakespeare Theater prior to a critically-acclaimed run Off-Broadway at Second Stage Uptown. 1,348 more words

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That Gun Theory (Unpack that Quote Series #2)

“One must never place a loaded rifle on the stage if it isn’t going to go off. It’s wrong to make promises you don’t mean to keep.” —

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Facing The 'Turge.

So, ok, you’ve got yourself a dramaturgical appointment—with a reputable dramaturge who has clean ears and a clear mind, hopefully— but just what are you supposed to… 863 more words

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Dramaturgy Chat

One of the many layers of my research is finding the right language to describe my practice as a director/researcher, which has been an issue since my undergraduate. 127 more words