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Top 5 of 2015

Year-end lists, whether they are theatre, music, or books, are my reason for the season. So I thought I’d add my own to the world! Despite not going on a London-theatre spree like I was able to last year, I still saw 35 shows in 2015. 473 more words

July 11 - August 5, 2016: Year #1 of OSF 2016/17 Teacher Certification with Stephanie Skura & Susanna Hood

July 11 – August 5, 2016,
Year #1 of 2016/17 OSF Teacher Certification Program
Capitol Hill, Seattle

10:30 AM – 6 PM, Monday – Friday… 154 more words


July 11 - 29, 2016: Three-Week OSF Pre-Teacher-Training Workshop with Stephanie Skura & Susanna Hood

July 11 – 29, 2016,
10:30 AM – 12:30 PM, 2:00 – 6:00 PM, Mon – Fri
Capitol Hill, Seattle

Three-week Open Source Forms Pre-Teacher-Training Seattle Workshop… 305 more words


June 13 - 19, 2016: Two-Week OSF Spring Workshop in Seattle with Stephanie Skura & Nate Dryden

June 13 – 24, 2016,
11 AM – 2:00 PM, Mon – Fri
19th & Roy, Capitol Hill, Seattle

Two-week Open Source Forms Seattle Workshop… 156 more words



6 jours de Open Source Forms à La Poêle, Montréal!

Deux ateliers de 3 jours chacuns enseignés par Meaghen Buckley. Les ateliers sont indépendants mais complémentaires (on peut en prendre un ou les deux). 144 more words


The Making of Magic

As a teacher, I have gone through several classes on teaching students about literature. My favorite genre is fantasy. One thing I learned is that the main ingredient for a fantasy tale is magic. 906 more words

Thesis/Existential Crisis Moments

It is my firm belief, evolved over the past eight years of study (and likely to change at some point, pending further study), that any notion of “fidelity” to an “authentic” Shakespearean/early modern/classical text is, from a theatrical perspective at least, outdated, irrelevant, and unproductive. 515 more words