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"33 Variations" at Waukesha Civic Theatre

Please permit me a few minutes to get perhaps a little awkwardly real with you about 33 Variations by Moisés Kaufman, what it means to me as a performer in… 893 more words


Michael Urie to Star in Harvey Fierstein's 'Torch Song' Off Broadway

A new production of Harvey Fierstein’s seminal “Torch Song Trilogy” — now simply called “Torch Song” — will open the fall season at Off Broadway’s Second Stage Theater, in a staging starring Michael Urie and directed by Moises Kaufman. 212 more words


Last Week's Reading: January 15-21

A dystopian classic, two collections by Poets Laureate, sci-fi shorts, a nonfiction juggernaut, and a powerful play.

Well, Dear Readers, here we are. And here’s what I read last week. 622 more words

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Regional Theater Veterans Launch Nonprofit Touring Production Company

A trio of regional theater veterans have launched Mainspring Arts Cooperative, a new nonprofit organization that will produce and present theater productions aimed at touring regional theaters around the country. 299 more words


Theater Week - Dario

A theatre, a literature, an artistic expression that does not
speak for its own time has no relevance.
– Dario Fo
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These Colors Don’t Run: Reconstructing A Web of Belief in HBO’s “The Laramie Project” (Moises Kaufman, 2002)

Based upon the frequency that it is presented to us in this narrative, one might believe that “Live and let live” acts as the proverbial catchphrase of Laramie, Wyoming – the infamous setting of a despicable murder that, in the fall of 1998, sparked a nationwide conversation about the state of LGBT relations in the United States. 861 more words