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I am the hero of my art: the dramaturgy of interactive art

Philipp J. Ehmann (independent practitioner, Austria)

As a 21st century medium computer games are ubiquitous and pervasive. We play them on consoles and computers, on handhelds and on smartphones. 168 more words


Here's the Thing:

We’re all theatre people.

I truly believe that.

I believe a theatre person is someone who seeks meaning from life, who shouts into the void in hopes that she will hear another voice yelling back, “You are not alone.” 223 more words

Carrie The Musical

Through powerful design, cohesive direction, and a talented cast Carrie The Musical turns an underdeveloped script into an eerily captivating production. Director Zoe Tuffin and the stellar cast push through the 1988 Broadway musical’s questionable writing to create a raw portrayal of anguish, revenge, heartbreak, and love. 506 more words


Drop Dead Dangerous: Meet The Assassins

We kick off a series of weekly casting announcements for Assassins with Rich Gray as Charles Guiteau. Learn about Gray’s career as a local actor and composer in his 22nd production with the 5th Avenue, and discover the unique presidential assassin he portrays: a man with a troubled mind and aspirations for a career in the White House. 340 more words


How to Write a Satire By Being Really, Really Smart

How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying is a textbook example (if textbooks were hilariously funny) of the standard definition, and a sharp refutation of Kaufman’s gloomy prediction. 802 more words


Frank Loesser

FRANK LOESSER was a short, pugnacious tough guy who peppered his speech with New York street slang and carried himself like one of the lovable hoodlums from his own musical… 398 more words



I’m not going to tackle all of this now, but I’ve been inspired to share something with you. One draft does not a writer make. One draft is what John Buchan called the block of stone, from which you create a sculpture. 89 more words