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Music in Thyself: Dramaturgical Tunes

In rainy Staunton, where we lay our scene: Resident ASC actor Alexander Sovronsky stopped by today to teach our campers about the history of how music was, and has been, used in Shakespeare’s plays. 46 more words

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Christopher Marlowe

Pluck up your hearts, since fate still rests our friend. — Christopher Marlowe, Dido. Act I, Scene i.


Carlotta's Dream

Based on Anton Chekhov’s The Cherry Orchard

A large, gulping armchair sits on stage. A table beside it holds a large, wide book, a deck of old cards, a lighter, a box of cigars, and a thin glass vase with a blooming pink orchid. 298 more words


The Wider Earth

The Wider Earth combines a powerful cast, classic storytelling tropes, and the historical journey of a renowned theorist to create a beautiful and inspiring piece of theatre. 847 more words


Humans of San Marcos: Luke Jenkins

By Austin Cowan
Blog Content Contributor

Luke Jenkins, 21, is a senior at Texas State University.

Cowan: How are you doing today?

Jenkins: Doing alright, I have a test coming up today in Spanish III.  294 more words

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Darko Tresnjak: Director of Gentleman's Guide

Sit down with Darko Tresnjak, director of Gentleman’s Guide, playing July 12-31 at The 5th Avenue Theatre. 

Well, I thoroughly enjoyed the show and I think it’s quite safe to say that a great deal of the success of the show is in the staging and just the absolute fun of it.  1,832 more words


An Interview with the Writers of A Gentleman's Guide to Love & Murder

Go behind the curtain with Steven Lutvak and Robert Freedman, creators of A Gentleman’s Guide to Love & Murder, playing July 12-31, 2016 at The 5th Avenue Theatre. 1,853 more words