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The first wall - Part I

In August we invited for the first time some friends to help us with the project and to try as guinea pigs the idea of combined work and holidays. 458 more words


Floor Coverings & Newspapers

When we removed the old worn carpet we found layers of previous floor coverings. There may have been a layer of old linoleum sometimes glued to the wood tongue and grove fir flooring or sometimes applied over plywood sub-flooring; in one upstairs front room there were tatami type woven mats, about a foot wide placed in rows; and then the most exciting part were the old newspapers, perhaps used as extra cushioning for the mats. 152 more words

Main House

Interview with Bea Roberts, writer of And Then Come The Nightjars

Writer Bea Robert is interviewed about And Then Come The Nightjars, her award-winning play that launches its new national tour at Live Theatre in September. 945 more words

A sneak peek at the Peer Gynt costumes

Stage 65 Youth Theatre has been busy rehearsing for its Main House summer production of Peer GyntWe popped up to the Wardrobe department to take a sneak peek at some of the costumes. 38 more words

Salisbury Playhouse

Peer Gynt rehearsal blog

Stage 65 Youth Theatre is in the middle of another busy week of rehearsals for Peer Gynt. We caught up with a few of the cast members to find out more about the characters they are playing and what they are enjoying most about rehearsals. 707 more words

Salisbury Playhouse

The style of the house, and much of its décor, reflected Arden’s notion of the both the English Country home and the New England summer “cottages” created by wealthy east coasters in Maine seaside resorts such as Bar Harbor and Kittery. 109 more words

Elizabeth Arden