Monthly Archives: June 2013

The Bard of Now – A guest blog by Dawn Glover

In acting school I quickly discovered that Shakespeare performed puts me to sleep. There I said it. Give me Williams, give me Shepard, give me Shanely, give me Howe and Eno, just don’t give me blank verse. While my fellow … Continue reading

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“Gravity Hotel” & The Value of Live Theatre – A guest blog by Dawn Glover

“Gravity Hotel” & The Value of Live Theatre Around the time that The Wizard of Oz (1939) used Technicolor to bring Dorothy’s adventure to dazzling life, theatre artists found themselves facing this question: “How do we compete with or even … Continue reading

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What is theatre’s obligation for accessibility? – Guest blog by Dawn Glover

A friend of mine recently posed this question: “What is theatre’s obligation for accessibility?” I think it’s a damn good question. Are we, as theatre artists, obligated to be accessible? Are we obligated to entertain? Are we obligated to be … Continue reading

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