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The Refugee Crisis, an Overview

Dramaturg’s Note: The purpose of this post is to give a brief background overview to the ongoing refugee crisis. A lot of it are in numbers, and statistical data meant to convey the scope of the concern. 570 more words


Giles Duley, "I can only tell you what my eyes see" published in London this week

Filmed March 2012 at TEDxObserver

Photographer Giles Duley launches his new book I can only tell you what my eyes see in London this week. The book includes images from Duley’s 2015-2016 travel, documenting the refugee crisis across the Middle East and Europe. 466 more words


World Refugee Day 2017

June 20 is World Refugee Day.

Here are 6 stories about resettlement in San Diego by KPBS.

Since the Syrian war displacing millions of people from their homes, 10,000 refugees has resettled in the U.S. 105 more words


Twelfth Night (or What You Will )

At a Glance:

Twins Viola and Sebastian are separated by a shipwreck, and land on opposite sides of the island, Illyria. Viola dresses as a boy to become a servant and start a new life, and Sebastian searches for his sister. 280 more words

Early Modern Drama

Remaking... inspiration from existing texts

Reigen, better known as La Ronde, was written by Arthur Schnitzler in 1897, and was published a few years later, solely for private circulation. The play reveals the sexual morals and mores of a society, across all echelons, revealing hypocrisy but also how sex, like death, is the great leveller, regardless of status. 542 more words

On Writing

T. S. Eliot

                                           Can we only love
Something created by our own imagination?
Are we all in fact unloving and unlovable?
Then one is alone, and if one is alone… 32 more words


Romy and Michele's Real Life Dilemma

Click here to find out more and purchase tickets for Romy and Michele’s High School Reunion, playing June 8 to July 2 at The 5th Avenue Theatre.

2016-2017 Season