Monthly Archives: March 2012

On Stage: An Interview with Cindy Dlugolecki

So I really am trying to make good on the New Year’s resolutions I made back in January (remember those?), and life has its way of creeping in to disrupt even the purest of intentions.  HOWEVER, I am proud to tell you … Continue reading

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Newsday Tuesday: Yay World Theatre Day!

Today, March 27, is World Theatre Day as established by the International Theatre Institute in 1961, which also means that today, March 27, 2012, is WTD’s 50th Anniversary. So if you can’t make it to Paris to hear John Malkovich speak, … Continue reading

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Views and Reviews: Local College Production of A SHAYNA MAIDEL

A few months back I did a review of Barbara Lebow’s play, A Shayna Maidel. This month I was able to see that play come to life in a local production done by Baptist Bible College. I like to review plays I’ve read, … Continue reading

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Theatre for the Next Generation

Young people rule the world. Or at least they will one day. They are the future; isn’t that what we were always told growing up?  Now the future is upon us and it’s our responsibility to mold and shape this … Continue reading

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Plays, Poetry and Prose for St. Patrick’s Day

Top o’ da mornin’ to ya! Ok, I’m going to stop trying to type in an Irish accent. I missed posting yesterday because my husband and I were in a an all-day meeting which began with me and four other … Continue reading

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Newsday…Wednesday? Cue Craziness

So, I am in the midst of casting Romeo & Juliet, Ghostlight Productions’ 4th Annual Shakespeare in the Park, and as a result I completely forgot to blog yesterday.  Whoops!  It’s ok, I’m still here, just super-busy-crazy (as always, I … Continue reading

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Views and Reviews: SEMINAR by Theresa Rebeck on Broadway

“Do you want to be a writer?” This is the question that not only marks the end of Theresa Rebeck’s new comedy, Seminar, currently running on Broadway, but also captures the essence of Rebeck’s play as a whole; seeing what it costs, how … Continue reading

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