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Let's (re)Write!

In every production of every show directors, cast, and creative crew interact with one another and with the playwright. Though many productions do not have the privilege of collaborating with a living playwright, all creative teams interact with the words and ideas of another human (or set of idea-happy humans). 418 more words


Reblog: Introducing... Arden of Faversham

On one hand, we have its didactic appeal in chastising unfaithful wives, cautioning unwary husbands, and promising swift justice against wrongdoers; on the other, we have a cast of delightfully unsavory characters whose bumbling failures make us laugh right up until the moment they kill the comedy and the cuckold with a few sharp blows.

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Feminism and the Strong Female Character

As seen from my previous posts, the first play I got assigned to before working on an “Into The Woods” inspired play was an adaptation of the movie, “10 Things I Hate About You”. 894 more words


A personal Motto- Trust the Audeince

Note- No new news today, but I’ve written some thoughts that I’ve been struggling with lately.

There are two difficulties that I can see lurking in producing any artwork, especially one that tries to teach or promote a message. 467 more words

Guest Tweeting for @LMDAmericas This Week


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Anne Hamilton is a NYC-based freelance dramaturg and the Founder of Hamilton Dramaturgy, an international consultancy. She holds an MFA from Columbia University School of the Arts, and has worked with Andrei Serban, Michael Mayer, Lynn Nottage, NYMF, Niegel Smith, and Classic Stage Company. 383 more words

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Grice, H.P. 1975. "Logic and Conversation."

Grice, H.P. 1975. “Logic and Conversation.” In Peter Cole and Jerry Morgan’s Syntax and Semantics, volume (3) Speech Acts, pp. 41-58. New York: Academic Press. 289 more words