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Marsha Norman: Cultivator of a Theatrical Garden

By HANNAH HESSEL RATNER, Audience Enrichment Manager at D.C.’s Shakespeare Theatre Company

Marsha Norman is on a mission. The award-winning playwright’s career has covered Broadway, Hollywood and numerous theatres worldwide. 1,387 more words

2016-2017 Season

Winter in retrospect

Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival

Over the winter break I won two awards at the Region 3 KCACTF.

The first was from the Institute of Theatre Journalism and Advocacy for their theater writing workshop series. 313 more words

Theater

ELEVATOR SCENE

  • When was the last time you had sex?
  • Pardon?
  • When was the last time you had sex?
  • I’ve heard you. You gotta be kidding me?
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The secret bower

Who’s the pampered pansy
in the back seat of the taxi?
— That’s your Uncle Arthur;
don’t let him touch your jacksy.

What do you do, Uncle Arthur? 83 more words

What is a Dramaturg?

I went to the LMDA (Literary Managers and Dramaturgs of the Americas) conference in July of 2016, and found most panels to be filled with the same kinds of questions. 741 more words

Whodunit?

By ALBERT EVANS, 5th Avenue Artistic Associate

A cloud obscures the moon. A window shatters. A woman screams. Silence. Then…a car speeds away.

There has been a murder! 472 more words

2016-2017 Season

Meet the Suspects of Murder for Two

By JORDAN LUSINK, 5th Avenue Communications Coordinator
Photos by Jeff Carpenter Photography

Click here to find out more and purchase tickets to Murder for Two.

2016-2017 Season