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William Shakespeare

To have seen what I have seen, see what I see! —William Shakespeare, Hamlet: Act III Scene i

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Rivendell’s ‘Dry Land’ Illustrates an Authentic View of High School

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By Lauren Quinlan, Critic

Uber drivers are always a mixed bag. Sometimes they will never say a word to you the whole ride. 778 more words

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WoS Edition: Interview with Carlos Murillo

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By Rachel Perzynski, Associate Editor

Carlos Murillo, the Head of the Playwriting Department at The Theatre School as well as an internationally produced playwright, sat down with me to discuss his experiences working with dramaturgs and how dramaturgy and playwriting intersect. 606 more words

The Theatre School At DePaul University

William Shakespeare

Sweet are the uses of adversity,
Which, like the toad, ugly and venomous,
Wears yet a precious jewel in his head;
And this our life, exempt from public haunt, 26 more words

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The Life of A 'Revisal': An Interview With the Paint Your Wagon Creative Team

By ANYA RUDNICK, Director of Education and Outreach

Over the course of several years, Director David Armstrong, Writer Jon Marans, Music Supervisor and Vocal Arranger Ian Eisendrath and Choreographer Josh Rhodes worked together to develop and re-write a new version of the Lerner and Loewe musical, … 1,302 more words

Theatrically Interesting

What Is A 'Revisal'?

Lerner & Loewe’s Paint Your Wagon is being revived-brought back to life-on our stage, but it is also going through an extensive revision. When we combine a revival and revision, we get a revisal! 314 more words

Theatrically Interesting

WoS Edition: Interview with Kaysie Bekkela


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By Rachel Perzynski, Associate Editor

As someone who has had experience as both a dramaturg and a playwright, Kaysie Bekkela brings a different perspective to how the two roles intersect. 446 more words

The Theatre School At DePaul University