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Goffman, E. 1959. Introduction and Conclusion to tPoSiEL.

Goffman, Erving. 1959. “Introduction” and “Conclusion.” Pp. 1-16 and 238-255 in The Presentation of Self in Everyday Life. New York: Doubleday.


Interactions are information-acquiring and information-using, as status, attitudes, personality, etc. 789 more words

Meltzer, Petras, and Reynolds. 1975. "Varieties of Symbolic Interactionism."

Meltzer, Bernard N., John W. Petras, and Larry T. Reynolds. 1975. “Varieties of Symbolic Interactionism.” Pp. in Symbolic Interactionism: Genesis, Varieties, and Criticism (eds same).  Boston: Routledge and Kegan Paul. 664 more words


The Cervantes Story: All Your Questions Answered!

By ALBERT EVANS, Artistic Associate

Miguel de Cervantes is Spain’s most famous and influential author, the creator of Don Quixote, a book often cited as the first modern novel. 1,148 more words

Theatrically Interesting

Jean-Paul Sartre

Don’t be afraid; I’ll keep looking at you for ever and ever, without a flutter of my eyelids, and you’ll live in my gaze like a mote in a sunbeam. 9 more words


“The Ugly”: staged reading at Nightwood Theatre, Sept 20

Alumnae Theatre Company member Tabitha Keast’s play The Ugly was originally only 10 minutes long (but every minute was economically used, to disturbing effect!), and was part of the InspiraTO Festival in 2015, on the Main Stage at Alumnae Theatre. 235 more words


No Curtain Call: The Merging of the Front and Back Stages

The ideology that technology has ruined or hampered our social skills has long since been beaten like a dead horse – and sure, it is true. 1,449 more words

Back Stage

A Short Rant

I’m becoming really distressed by people who work in new writing in performance treating people who work on older texts as the enemy. The enemy is a culture that doesn’t value all kinds of art creation, and a government/mainstream media/corporate world that doesn’t treat artists as worthy of support. 494 more words