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Hauntings

Last night I learned that in 1980, when Richard Hopkins first took over as artistic director of FST he learned that several of the staff members had experienced a supernatural presence in the Keating Theatre. Soon, he too was feeling … Continue reading

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Talking Back

Well, the reading of Joshua Harmon’s Bad Jews went well last night (you can read a bit about the play in my previous post). Our small invited audience of subscribers seemed very receptive and enthusiastic about the piece. We had … Continue reading

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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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