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Rodgers & Hammerstein: The Sound of Music

RICHARD RODGERS composed his first songs at a summer camp, then wrote music for shows at Columbia University. A friend introduced him to a smart young lyric writer, Larry Hart, who shared his ambitious artistic goals. 381 more words


Cask of Amontillado: From the Page to the ...Bar

Hi everyone! Did you miss me? It’s Keith Hock, We Happy Few’s Production Manager, Technical Director, and, according these new business cards… Blogslave . Today I’m here to tell you about something that we did for Halloween. 1,857 more words


The Women of The Sound of Music

The Sound of Music is iconic. It is without a doubt one of the most beloved and well known musicals. For over 50 years it has enthralled audiences across generations, cultures, and borders, from Europe to Asia, South America to Africa—a global fascination that stands as a testament to its universal appeal. 1,034 more words


“Divine Wrecks” in FireWorks 2015 – Director interview

Alumnae Theatre Company’s third annual FireWorks series kicks off tomorow with Chloë Whitehorn’s Divine Wrecks (Nov 4 – 8), directed by Pamela Redfern.   … 468 more words

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“Divine Wrecks” in FireWorks 2015 – Playwright interview

Alumnae Theatre Company’s third annual FireWorks series opens Wed Nov 4, and runs to Nov 22.  Haven’t heard of it?  Like our popular New Ideas Festival, it takes place in the Studio Theatre and runs for 3 weeks.   859 more words

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Should I Dramaturg This Play: Representation Offstage

“Perhaps people will tell you that you have no way of understanding how to live in my shoes. On a certain level, I think that that is true. 1,612 more words


Dramaturge's Notes: The Pillowman

Following is the complete essay from dramaturge Ian Goodrich on our production of The Pillowman. Enjoy!

“The world is a story that it tells to itself.” I’m pretty sure that that’s a Terry Pratchett quote, but I can’t track it down. 1,660 more words