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Everything Is Already Something Week 56: Listen to Some Plays

Allison Page is listening.

Often the plays I’m really excited about don’t happen to be playing anywhere near me, so I can’t see them. CLEVER WORKAROUND: Audible. 828 more words

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From lullaby to lion

When our three children were babies, we’d often sing them lullabies — or gentle renditions of tunes by the likes of Three Dog Night. Considering youngest daughter Lizabeth’s love for theater, you’d suspect we lulled her into slumber each night with “Lullaby of Broadway” from the musical “42nd Street.” 388 more words

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From lullaby to lion

When our three children were babies, we’d often sing them lullabies — or gentle renditions of tunes by the likes of Three Dog Night. Considering youngest daughter Lizabeth’s love for theater, you’d suspect we lulled her into slumber each night with “Lullaby of Broadway” from the musical “42nd Street.” 388 more words

Theater

Black like Me...Maybe Not So Much.

Many people seemed to be uncomfortable with what Griffin did. I’m not one of them. I think Griffin was brave and took an unnecessary risk to educate a public largely closed to that education. 182 more words

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Me, Myself, & Inez

As an actress in the play, I’d like to give a more intimate look at Inez, the character, and my construction of her as a living, breathing person. 778 more words

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The Power of Laughter (& Dance)

One of the moments in “Our Lady of 121st Street” that really resonated with me was the bar scene with Norca, Inez, and Sonia. Norca and Inez were sitting at a table together talking about “the past” for lack of a better term. 344 more words

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