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Improvised Shakespeare

Over the past two days FST has been hosting a national improv festival. It’s a pretty impressive operation—they’ve invited teams from all over the country and the audience turned out in droves. Because of our schedule and the popularity of … Continue reading

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Surprise, Permission, and the Conditioning of Comedy

After yesterday’s post I can’t stop thinking about comedy. I began to dig around a little and the amount of material dedicated to theorizing and unpacking comedy and humor is a bit staggering. And in spite of my rather academic … Continue reading

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Taking Comedy Seriously

We’re up and running at Florida Studio Theatre. (For those of you just tuning in I’m working on Steve Martin’s adaptation of “The Underpants”) It has been a delightful show to perform, zany and silly and full of energy. And … Continue reading

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