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What century is this?

It’s been a long time since I saw a big “Broadway musical.” But I was offered free tickets to the national tour of Bullets Over Broadway… 1,378 more words


Living in a man's world

Don’t’ you think it’s time we empowered our women?

By Kat Karpoff

“That’s not a girl’s job,”  my step-father would say when I would ask if I could cut the wood or mow the lawn.   579 more words


Let Me Tell You Why

Some days I wake up in the morning feeling excited and refreshed.

Take this morning for example. I sat down for my daily check in with my fabulous company associate Sam. 1,199 more words


Interview with Julianne Boyd 2015

Barrington Stage celebrated its tenth year in Pittsfield this summer. The company was co-founded in 1995 by Artistic Director Julianne Boyd as a not-for-profit professional theatre with a three-fold mission: presenting high-quality productions, developing new musicals and plays and finding ways to bring new audiences, particularly young people, into theatre. 111 more words

Regional Theatre

Fresh Takes

Play readings have a magic of their own. The audience is on the first step of a process leading to productions. Not all plays go from the readings to the stage, but this is where they start. 136 more words

Regional Theatre

The Unsung Gender-Parity Warriors

American Theatre magazine shines a spotlight on gender dis/parity and the mission of the Women’s Voices Theatre Festival.

Femmes of the Fringe

Contributor Kat Karpoff goes on a tasting tour of the Vancouver Fringe Festival, picking highlights of fest with a female lens. Here are her reviews. 568 more words