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Review: An Octoroon

One of my huge theater regrets of 2014 was not seeing An Octoroon. It was a highly acclaimed, sold out, award winning production! And I dillydallied on buying tickets and missed my chance to see it. 497 more words


Novel Update, February 2015 -- Futuristic Stage Plays!

Tinker Bell is coming, it’s just taking longer than I expected to get everything rewatched and sorted out! In the meantime, here’s a super-short novel update. 346 more words


New Writing Festival 2015 Brochure

Afternoon all,

Can’t decide what to see? Why not look at our nifty brochure and make your choice. (Although we reckon everything is well worth seeing!)

New Writing Festival Booklet 2015


Lost Voices

Lost Voices showcases eight distinct voices — poignant, raw, tender, disturbing, sympathetic, unsettling, but always compelling. These are voices not to be ignored.

Lost Voices features writing by Estill Pollock, David Mark Williams, Joan Michelson, Alexa Radcliffe-Hart, Lorraine Coverley, Judit Hollós, Josh Ekroy, and Soren Lundi. 22 more words


Writers Wanted! Submissions For Next One Act Play Series Due 3/13!

Stumped on what to write about?  Don’t be!  Just make sure to get your submission turned into us by next Friday, March 13th.

Our next One Act series, … 26 more words


King Lear - Holy Trinity Church Guildford

What a rollercoaster of a ride the small but effective Guildford Shakespeare Company must have had with their King Lear. The elation of securing national treasure Brian Blessed in the title role must have felt as though all of their Christmases had come at once. 590 more words

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The Shakespeare Series: Henry VI, Part 1 Review

Even outside of the Henry IV trilogy, the king cuts a tragic figure in English royal history. The son of the much loved Henry V, the boy became King of England before he was even a year old following the tragic death of his father. 671 more words

The Shakespeare Series