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George Brant’s play Grounded, a student's view

By Christina Mouradian ‘15

A figure stands center stage, dressed in a flight suit. Sand falls through a beam of light and slides off the dome of the pilot’s helmet. 432 more words

Student View

Block 698: June 22, 2015

Let it be known that today will forever be the day wherein I dropped an entire coffee mug full of hot coffee on my sewing desk, my sewing machine, myself, and my Crane In Progress. 907 more words

Sewing

When to add and when to subtract

Shifting gears between the play and the novel. Getting a better grasp of what needs to be cut – and where – from the YA fiction. 395 more words

Block 696: June 20, 2015

I’m having a very lazy Saturday.

Date: June 20, 2015

Crane: 696

Days Spent on Project: 851

Location: NW Portland, OR

Person I would have sent it to: Continuing along with the actors involved in that small workshop of The California Project… Jessica K. 507 more words

Sewing

Entering the Griot's Circle

I’m reading a couple of parts in Modern Day Griot’s script reading series, Entering the Griot’s Circle. The plays are Storyville Manor and The Ladies of Friscitana, Texas. 45 more words

Theatre

The Challenge

So I want to write this play for a contest that would give me money if I won, and have staged readings of my script in multiple venues. 635 more words

Breaking Ground 2015

Breaking Ground, Theater Emory’s annual series of works in development, returns to the Schwartz Theater Lab June 20-July 11, 2015. All events are free and open to the public. 523 more words

Guest Artists