Tag Archives: theatre

Human Race Theatre – 2012 Festival of New Musicals

We just finished an amazing workshop of Dani Girl as part of the Human Race Theatre‘s 2012 Festival of New Musicals.  We were fortunate enough to work with an incredible cast and creative team, which led to an overwhelming audience … Continue reading

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On Uselessness

Kirsten Guenther has a great post over at Crazy Town in response to a Yahoo article which ranks Theatre as the third most useless college degree. “Whether or not a theatre degree is useful can only be measured by how … Continue reading

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Things that are Awesome: Pregnancy Pact

As I believe we’ve mentioned before, last year Michael and I were fortunate enough to be part of the Dramatists Guild Fellows Program, an incredible educational opportunity for up-and-coming playwrights, composers, and lyricists. In addition to the profoundly insightful feedback … Continue reading

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Top Five: Musical Villains

Note: Top Five, a wholly original idea entirely un-lifted from any Nick Hornby novels slash John Cusack films, is a feature we’re hoping to run fairly regularly on the blog, wherein one of us lists our Top Five favorite something … Continue reading

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