There is an odd moment in Berkeley Repertory Theatre’s “Office Hour” that takes place between the disturbed Dennis, the professor Gina and a few pens. 820 more words
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By Karen Isaacs
How do our perceptions shape reality? How do we connect with people who seemingly avoid human interaction?
Julia Cho is attempting to explore these ideas in… 684 more words
This is the dream I dreamt…
I was carrying on with my own business in a small local town. There was a sense of impending threat. 1,239 more words
Office Hour: Testing the Limits of Empathy for the Student That’s Trouble(d).
From the writer of last season’s Aubergine, a play that was so lovingly produced at… 1,222 more words
Teachers who have already had Dennis (Ki Hong Lee) in class agree on one thing: the kid scares them. Like some disgruntled teenager planning to shoot up his school, Dennis dresses all in black, hides his face under a hooded sweatshirt and never says a word in class. 526 more words
Lizzie helps Charlotte get home for the Thanksgiving holiday!
Link to episode on… 22 more words
Talking and Screaming: Arts Alliance’s “The Who’s Tommy” and WAVE Productions' “The Language Archive”
—Originally published May 18, 2015—
Meet the Hanslick Girls: Gwen, Eleanor and Dania. Imagined up by writer Zach Barr, they are a trio of Northwestern students who always go to see plays together. 2,060 more words