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Samuel Beckett

The new light above my table is a great improvement. With all this darkness around me I feel less alone. (Pause.) In a way. (Pause.) I love to get up and move about in it, then back here to… (hesitates) …me. 15 more words

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Purgatorio

5pound theatre bring their show Purgatorio to the Paddington substation, providing the Brisbane Anywhere festival with a production that engages it audience beyond the text’s twist on a recognisable myth. 741 more words

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Swipe Right

Swipe Right is a seemingly simple work about four women in their 20s trying to find someone while sharing their mistakes and embarrassments along the way. 467 more words

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The Further Lives of Queen Margaret

I am finally getting the opportunity to step back into the rehearsal room. This is inexpressibly exciting for me, I always feel that being in a working room with actors is my natural place. 390 more words

Shakespeare

WoS Edition: Interview with D Matthew Beyer

Graphic by Raquel Villalobos

By Rachel Perzynski, Associate Editor

In order to learn more about the ways in which dramaturgy and playwriting intersect, I reached out to D Matthew Beyer. 489 more words

The Theatre School At DePaul University

Home Free

Home Free is the story of Joanna (Bianca Butler Reynolds) and Lawrence (James Elliott), two naive and vulnerable adults nested in the safety of their hide away home. 650 more words

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T. S. Eliot

We die to each other daily.
What we know of other people
Is only our memory of the moments
During which we knew them. And they have changed since then. 72 more words

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