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Uncle Vanya - A. Chekhov

There are two kinds of revolutionary writers: Those who create something new. What’s new gets old. And there are those whose works are one of a kind. 437 more words

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3 Day Quote Challenge- Shakespeare Style: Day 2

Alrighty then- welcome to the second day of my (overlong) Shakespearean quote challenge! As people that read my post yesterday know, I’m doing the quote challenge thanking everybody that tagged me individually. 134 more words

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Invincible, Mercury Theatre - 28/04/2016

Invincible is the story of Emily and Oliver, a mismatched couple who decide to move up north to raise their family when the recession means they can no longer afford their London lifestyle. 367 more words

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That'd Make a Great Play

I think you can turn any idea into a play, and any idea into a piece of prose. However, there are some ideas that just suit one form or the other better, and since I enjoy writing both, I never try to make an idea that’s best for a short story into a play, or visa versa.  1,785 more words

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Ugo Edu's SECURING TIES on 5/4

Friends!

We are thrilled to close out our 2015-2016 season with a reading of Ugo Edu’s Securing Ties on May 4th at 4PM in Durham Studio Theater. 167 more words

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Internship 1: Protecting theatre

Abby Logan is a student of architectural history and archaeology at the University of Boston. She has spent two and a half months as an intern at the… 415 more words

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Performing Arts Starts Off Strong with 'Lovers and Players'

published on District (Here)

This weekend at the Mondanaro Theater in Crites Hall, SCAD’s School of Entertainment Arts students performed the comedy “Lovers & Players.” Written by Kathryn Walat, a performing arts and dramatic writing professor at SCAD, this cleverly crafted play portrays the essence of commedia dell’arte, a form of theater originating in 16th century Italy in which a close-knit troupe of actors travel from city to city and perform pieces both improvised and scripted. 447 more words

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