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Tom Stoppard

Whatever became of the moment when one first knew about death? There must have been one, a moment, in childhood, when it first occurred to you that you don’t go on forever. 89 more words

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When One Door Closes

Circa combines the focal female characters from various nineteenth and twentieth century dramatic texts associated with realism and naturalism and flips these works on their head to create an explosive and evocative circus performance. 819 more words

Review

The Bohemian and the Machine

Terra Nemo Theatre Company’s production of The Bohemian and the Machine is loaded with powerful, sophisticated writing, strong performances and design elements that are simplistic yet timeless for a work that jolts its characters back and forth through their history together. 659 more words

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Dramaturgy Checklist

I was talking to a friend the other day about what a dramaturg does. I know we’ve touched on this before, in fact we’ve run whole workshops on it. 447 more words

Newwriting

Finding My Voice as a Dramaturg

Graphic by Danielle Szabo

By Mariah Schultz, Associate Editor

I’ve always been someone who listens very carefully to others, taking my cues of where to go and what to do. 896 more words

The Theatre School At DePaul University

Episode.Number.19 A. Nora Long

Hi!

 Welcome to Episode #19 of “This is a Thing” the Greater Boston arts podcast. This week a chat with dramaturg, director and actress A. Nora Long! 106 more words

Podcast

The Shadow of a Gunman

The question ‘why produce an Irish play written a century ago for a contemporary Brisbane audience?’ is an important one for the Foundry Theatre to answer with their latest production… 753 more words

Review