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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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Fit for your o’er-looking

Our official trailer:

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Dissolutions of ancient amities

As we near April, my dramaturgical duties have been evolving from collecting ideas and images into more concrete, production-related responsibilities. These include: observing rehearsals and going over notes with my director; running lines with actors and discussing character choices; shamelessly … Continue reading

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Soon may I hear and see him!

  Two weeks of rehearsals to go, and here’s our official production poster:

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Sonnet 66

When in disgrace with fortune and men’s eyes I all alone beweep my outcast state, And trouble deaf heaven with my bootless cries, And look upon myself, and curse my fate, Wishing me like to one more rich in hope, … Continue reading

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A serviceable villain

I’m blogging in defense of Oswald, whom I consider to be the most undervalued, underrated, ignored, misrepresented character in the entire play. Goneril, Regan, Edmund — they’re rightfully condemned by readers and audiences. Sure, in some adaptations they’re more human or … Continue reading

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Thou wouldst make a good fool

So we finally have a rough cast list together (we’re waiting on confirmation of schedules from actors, hence the “rough”). Auditions, while exhilarating and surreal, also brought up some really important and seemingly obvious logistical questions. How do we double cast minor … Continue reading

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