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A Not-So Traditional Take on Shakespeare's Greatest Tragedy

Philadelphia is a city known for it’s ethnic and cultural diversity. In March 2015, Philadelphia’s Wilma Theater at Broad and Spruce opened its production of Hamlet, starring Zainab Jah. 72 more words


Positively Philadelphia: Changes Coming To Center City Theater

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – The Wilma Theater, along the Avenue of the Arts South, is gearing up for some big projects.

One of those projects includes transforming the lobby into a full-service cafe where people can hang out and enjoy lunch or coffee. 307 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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Quote of the Day

There’s so much great film and TV available in my apartment, so I bring very high expectations to theater. It’s expensive, it’s uncomfortable. More and more I regard plays as the place you go to hear some truth or ask some question that film and TV can’t or won’t give you.

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Field Trip! Wilma Theater, Philadelphia

Staying in my dorm all day is lousy, so I try to take myself on field trips around the city as something to do. Solo trips can be fun! 405 more words


Autumnal Tragedy and Comedy

Monday Morning Musings

“Numberless are the world’s wonders, but none

More wonderful than man. . .

Words also, and thought as rapid as air,

He fashions to his good use.

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Why are Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Dead?

This is going to sound ridiculous, but this post is the direct result of a dream that I had several months ago. Back in the spring – in my real, awake-life – I was able to see Philly’s Wilma Theater’s wonderful production of… 825 more words