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Is this the promised end?

No, it’s not. Sunday’s matinee is over and the light towers have been demolished, but we’re not done thinking about King Lear. We’re doing a postmortem of the production in Thursdays’ class (we’re enjoying a much-needed break today) but right now, I’d … Continue reading

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Our preparation stands/ In expectation of them

As much as I regret not finding time to post an update until just now, there’s something deliciously satisfying about returning to my blog after the madness of tech week to finally announce that THIS IS IT. We’re here. Tonight … Continue reading

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Look with thine ears

I have a love-hate relationship with both musical theatre and Taming of the Shrew. Actually, hate is too strong of a word. Musical theatre was, as one of my professors so aptly describes it, my gateway drug to the world … Continue reading

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