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Theater Commentary: Notes Toward a Definition of Theater, Part One — “Be Bold and Wild”

August 25, 2020
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As we grapple with building the brave new world of live theater in a Covid and post-Covid world, a few stray thoughts.

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Performing Arts Series: Stories of Surviving COVID-19 — Double Edge Theatre

April 29, 2020
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“We believe the way to move through these times is 6 feet apart and ALL TOGETHER.”

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Fourth of July Feature: The Devil and “Daniel Shays” — Rebellion Reenacted

July 3, 2017
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Children of the Wild’s Daniel Shays is the ideal response to the once popular 19th century Ballad of Daniel Shays.

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Theater Review: “The Grand Parade” — History as an Imaginative Pageant

May 3, 2015
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The Grand Parade is a truly sumptuous feast of imagination, color, emotion and movement; a uniquely dramatic way of interpreting our history as a torrent of events presented without judgment.

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Theater Review: Double Edge Theatre’s “Shahrazad” — A Feast for Our Imaginations

August 1, 2014
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Shahrazad is the latest in Double Edge’s summer spectacles, and with this piece, director and designer Stacy Klein has found the perfect balance between story and visuals.

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