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The politics of syllabi

For one of my first assignments, in a class that feels generally like a bit of a baptism by fire, I am to make a syllabus for a survey course in theatre history. Our professor emphasized repeatedly that it was … Continue reading

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Form and Pressure

Going to attempt to bring a couple of threads together in today’s post, which could very well be titled “what the hell am I doing?” Don’t worry, this isn’t my journal, but I do want to think a bit about … Continue reading

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Educating our Artists

I’ve spent a few posts dedicated to the skills that general arts education equips artists and non artists with in confronting our world. Today, I’m turning to the challenge of educating our theater artists–actors in particular–for a life in the … Continue reading

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