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Lyn Gardner: Is honesty always the best policy? | Opinion, Picks | The Stage

We’ve all been there. A friend has written, or directed, or has a role in a new production. You’ve been to see it and now you wish you hadn’t. 86 more words

Theatre

Remembering Louis Braille 

Louis, Louis Braille who lost his sight in an accident his impaired vision became his strength. The accident didn’t stop him from creating something wonderful called… 9 more words

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THEATRE RESPONSE: Passion by Stephen Sondheim and James Lapine produced by Zoetic Stage Theatre Response: (copy to follow)

Passion

Music and Lyric by Stephen Sondheim:Book by James Lapine; based on the film “Passione d’Amore ” directed by Ettore Scola ; direction by Stuart Meltzer, musical direction by Caryl Fantel ; additional musical staging   by Drew Sandbutte; sets by Michael McKeever;  lighting by Rebecca Montero; costume design Ellis Tillman; sound design, Elayne Bryan; properties, Jodi Dellaventura; techincal directot,Lauren Acker;  production stage manager, Amy Rauchwerger; assistant stage manager, Barry Marks; set construction, B.A.R. 51 more words

South Florida Theatre

It's the Little Things

They Called Her Vivaldi is a bright, brainy, and bellowing production by Theatre Lovett, currently working the circuit around Ireland.  I had the chance to see the production in Galway a couple of months ago as part of the… 871 more words

Childrens Theatre

EMBEDDED CRITICISM: Critics Become Stagehands for a Night

Blind Date @ GCTC

November 30-December 17, 2017

Previews November 28 and 29

WHAT IS EMBEDDED CRITICISM?

The traditional model for theatre criticism (and other art forms) involves a separation between artist and critic. 4,828 more words

Ottawa

Interview with Paula Vogel

Well, actually, I just get to sit in a room, while Paula Vogel talks to me about Indecent, New York critics, and the danger of a theatre that fails to support its young artists. 39 more words

Paula Vogel

Set Designer Rachel Hauck

Rachel Hauck listens with her whole body.  With legs and arms crossed, she leans toward you with the full length of her long torso; her twinkling green eyes stay locked on to your face and her mouth is quick to release into a smile.  787 more words

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