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The Age of Measure for Measure

To whom should I complain?

Should I tell of this, who would believe me?

The number of women, throughout history, who have said some approximation of this to themselves is incalculable. 864 more words


Dramaturg as Hobgoblin

HOW TO BE A DRAMATURG this is a question I hear many of you asking but don’t worry I am here to HELP with some HELPFUL TOP FIVE TIPS: 337 more words


What is 'The First Stage'?

My life revolves around stages. I’ve been working backstage for years now, and I spend all my free time researching technical theatre. The main focus of my research is early-modern technical theatre, but this in itself has lead me both way back to Ancient Rome and right up to modern day. 359 more words


Tactical innovation!

I have finally submitted my first draft of my research proposal. My thesis, which is on¬†dramaturgical approach to dynamics of leaderless movements (at least that’s how it looks like so far) was 74 pages in entirety, albeit a little too long for submission. 232 more words

Social Movements

About the Playwright: Madeleine George

Madeleine George is the Playwright for The Most Massive Woman Wins.¬†The play was originally published on August 11th, 2009 but the play takes place in the 1990’s. 456 more words

The Golden Door

By Albert Evans, Artistic Associate

In 1949, Irving Berlin added a new song to his soon-to-open Broadway musical, Miss Liberty, a fictional account of the sculpting of the Statue of Liberty. 1,141 more words

Irving Berlin's Holiday Inn