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The Real World, Theater Edition: Final Girl

Barbara Jwanouskos, determined to survive the night.

So, you know that ole trope in horror movies where there’s one final young woman who has to confront the killer and tell the story? 850 more words

Barbara Jwanouskos

Where are the Boys?

By Erin Bregman

I currently wear two different hats in the Bay Area arts scene–one playwriting hat, and one teaching artist/director of Little Opera hat. Mostly the two roles are complementary, but when it comes to gender inequality there aren’t two hats–there are two universes. 459 more words


Flutter - Origami Butterfly Portrait Series (Artist Statement)

The Concept

“Flutter” is an ongoing series of studio portraits of friends posed with origami butterflies that theatrically come to life in each photo. The photos are meant to evoke a by-gone era, and are done in the dreamy and romantic style that characterizes much of my photography. 387 more words

Studio Photography

Playwrights Pub Nite

Last night was the second installment of Playwrights Pub Nite, our every-three-month slow-motion pub crawl where playwrights get to meet, hang out, drink beer, catch up and have conversations where you don’t have to stop and explain who Brecht is. 235 more words