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Flash Fiction Friday: Snuff Theatre

by: S.T. Cartledge

Leonard is up all night rehearsing his one-man play. The script in hand is only one page and has only three words on it. 1,562 more words

Actor’s Theatre Brings The Mountaintop Down to Earth – So It Can Soar

Review:  The Mountaintop

By Perry Tannenbaum

Barely a minute before the end of his final speech at the Masonic Temple in Memphis, supporting striking sanitation workers and hurling defiance at injunctions against their protest marches, Rev. 713 more words


First Floor's 'Dontrell' explores the nuances of a Modern Middle Passage

Surviving mentally and physically in the torture chamber of 2018 requires a certain toolbox of skills. Right now, I’ve taken to reading the transcript of Barack Obama’s Farewell Address, partly because it’s overdue at the library and also because I’d like to briefly return to a time where the President presented himself with dignity and spoke in a way where we didn’t have to constantly question his mental competence. 869 more words

Comedy of Errors Act IV

Scene 1

Another merchant asks Angelo for the money he owes him. He is delaying his sea voyage specifically to see this debt paid. Angelo assures him that as soon as he is paid for the gold chain he just delivered, he will pay his debts. 856 more words


Review: "Blackbird" at Main Stage West in Sebastopol

At a post-show Q & A following the opening night performance of Main Stage West’s Blackbird, director David Lear stated he felt that one of theater’s responsibilities is to make an audience “a little uncomfortable.” He more than succeeds with this production. 396 more words

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Thu 22 to Sat 24 March 2018 | Festival Theatre

Evenings 7.30pm Matinee Sat 2.30pm


The first scene had my 11-year-old daughter tapping me on the arm and looking at me with wide eyes, and no wonder! 381 more words