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2015 Reading Challenge: The Skriker by Caryl Churchill


Title: The Skriker
Author: Caryl Churchill
Series: N/A
Release Date: September 1, 1994
Publication: Theatre Communications Group
Medium: Paperback
Fulfills: A play
Finished Reading: March 28, 2015… 445 more words

Book Review

What makes you come alive?

In 2006 I was a senior in high school and I attended the annual Thespian Conference, which was a chance for drama nerds from all around the state to gather and feel less awkward. 420 more words

Theater

Connecting with 31 Plays in 31 Days and DC Playwrights

From the 31 Plays in 31 Days blog, look what DC Playwrights has accomplished in just three years:

http://31plays31days.com/post/59493104395/dc-playwrights-scene-report-and-lessons

Here is the San Diego Playwrights response: 547 more words

Playwrights Blog

Technology in the Theatre: An Evolving Etiquette

As I was surfing the Theatre Communications Group blog this week, I came across a post entitled Text Offender by Erik Liberman. Liberman, an actor, writer, and director with multiple awards and National and International tour and Broadway credits, writes about the place of technology, specifically cell phones, in the world of theater, not only as audience members but also as theater artists. 916 more words

Synthesizing Talents to Create a Niche

Does entrepreneurship sound like a viable option for you? What will you create and who or what will you serve? Here are some tips towards discovering what that might be and how to begin amassing your personalized audience of choice, which has potential to become a long-term support base for you, specifically, as an artist and entrepreneur. 779 more words

Jim Hart

Curious Theatre Company Offers FREE NIGHT OF THEATER

“One of my favorite nights ever at Curious in the last 15 years was last year when we gave away an entire performance of Clybourne Park,” says Producer in Residence Christy Montour-Larson. 568 more words

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