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The Nest Takes Time To Contemplate

I was invited to see The Nest at the Denver Center on Friday. I invited my sister to join me and have a fun girls night at the theater (we went to dinner too). 316 more words

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I’m a big stick-with-the-basics girl. I think people should understand how to build a character and express character, how to complete an action, what obstacles are, pay attention, make sure the sound of your dialogue is good…Like a character has a need and an obstacle, and what that character’s gonna do to get what he or she wants, and then how the other characters fold into that, and what their needs are.

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Secrets, schemes & stamps in sharp & darkly funny Mauritius

Sometimes a stamp isn’t just a stamp.

A pair of rare postage stamps becomes a catalyst for hopes, dreams and desires in The Village Players’ 383 more words


Good Cast, Production Values Make STLAS's "Seminar" Watchable

by Theresa Rebeck
Directed by Elizabeth Helman
St. Louis Actors’ Studio
September 18, 2015

I guess Seminar is a better title than “a bunch of writers yelling at each other”.   622 more words

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"What We're Up Against" by Theresa Rebeck

Whenever I’m looking for a new monologue, I frequently find myself coming back around to one of Theresa Rebeck’s plays. I recently bought a collection of her plays for my Kindle, and this play is the last in the collection. 659 more words


Movie Quote of the Day - Harriet the Spy, 1996 (dir. Bronwen Hughes)

Harriet M. Welsch: It’s too hard. It’s not worth it.
Ole Golly: Aw, never say that, Harriet. You’re worth it. You’re an individual, and you know something?

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Crime Drama to Open Omaha Playhouse's 91st Season

Mauritius by Theresa Rebeck

August 14-Sept 13, 2015

Absorbing and suspenseful, Mauritius is a fast-paced dark comedy of the thrilling world of philately (stamp collecting). When two half-sisters inherit a potentially valuable stamp collection upon their mother’s death, differing views on what to do with the stamps lead them to risky situations with nefarious characters. 85 more words