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Navigating Theory in Our Lives and Onstage

I just finished plowing my way through Marvin Carlson’s Theories of the Theatre—an impressive but very dense survey of theory from the Greeks to the early 1990s. As I am reflecting on the lens through which I would like to … Continue reading

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What’s a girl to do?

During one of our rehearsals for Seized Up—a devised piece I developed with a group of wildly talented ladies—our youngest cast member, the very delightful Lyris (age 17) came in, plopped down in a chair and announced that she had … Continue reading

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