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Back on track | Third Rail announces 10th anniversary season for 2016 and a move to Imago Theatre

It has been an up and down last few years with many changes for Third Rail Rep. Just a few years ago – as recently as 2010 or 2011 – the company was indisputably the most exciting theatre in Portland. 1,220 more words

Coming soon to NT Live | Ivo van Hove's A VIEW FROM THE BRIDGE wins three awards at 2015 Oliviers

What does a real director do?

She makes the known and familiar new and threatening. He creates the visual equivalent of unforgettable lines – live moments with living bodies that burn into your memory forever. 240 more words

Theater Review | BELLEVILLE by Amy Herzog at Third Rail

“Just one false move, babe, and suddenly everything’s ruined.”
-Fountains of Wayne

BELLEVILLE by Amy Herzog at Third Rail Rep

Thru Apr 18

What happens when everyone else melts away and it’s you and your partner left alone? 551 more words

Fusion Fiction as Third Rail Writing.

Blog posts about banned books have shown that, unlike the other Arts, inappropriate taboos are still inflicted on the Art of Writing. These restrictions define and confine a Third Rail: supercharged concepts barricaded behind signs that say, … 598 more words

NT Live at Third Rail | BEHIND THE BEAUTIFUL FOREVERS by David Hare is theatre as big as it gets

“Don’t settle.”

You hear that a lot these days in reference to jobs, partners, life.

What about theatre?

What would not settling look like, when it comes to theatre? 384 more words

#NYCFC Home Opener

I went yesterday to Yankee Stadium for the historic home opener of the New York City Football Club (NYCFC).

I had bought a parking pass beforehand, saving a few dollars over paying there, and parked close to the exit ramp for a quick getaway afterwords. 194 more words

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Trains that are powered electrically can be powered in one of a few different ways.  They may receive power from overhead lines, or they can be powered from an electrified rail on the tracks.   508 more words

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