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TU’s avant-garde production wows international audiences | Towson University

Sat, 07/30/2016 - 12:45 -- rprice

expanding TU’s national and international reputation in arts and communication. The students had an amazing opportunity to share their work and learn from artists from across the globe.”

Developed and staged in collaboration with renowned scenographer Venelin Shurelov and his partner, costume designer Elica Georgieva, “Post-Everything” was inspired by an article about post-humanism.

“We wanted to explore the idea of the “tech-hybrid human,” said Rebekah Lane, a member of the troupe that also included fellow MFA students Kevin Becker

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TU’s avant-garde production wows international audiences | Towson University

Sat, 07/30/2016 - 12:45 -- rprice

expanding TU’s national and international reputation in arts and communication. The students had an amazing opportunity to share their work and learn from artists from across the globe.”

Developed and staged in collaboration with renowned scenographer Venelin Shurelov and his partner, costume designer Elica Georgieva, “Post-Everything” was inspired by an article about post-humanism.

“We wanted to explore the idea of the “tech-hybrid human,” said Rebekah Lane, a member of the troupe that also included fellow MFA students Kevin Becker

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Portland Theatre Scene | #tba15 @P_I_C_A #CriticalMascara

Sun, 09/27/2015 - 11:16 -- rprice

Portland Theatre Scene is a curated view of what’s interesting in Portland performance – mainly via the blog. It does not attempt to provide a comprehensive listing of what’s on in town. See this full list of all Portland theatre companies. Marvel at a selective list of stuff coming up you don’t want to miss. Want to know what shows I’ll be seeing in future, or what I’ve seen in the past? Here is your destination.

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Portland Theatre Scene | #tba15 @P_I_C_A #CriticalMascara

Sun, 09/27/2015 - 11:16 -- rprice

Portland Theatre Scene is a curated view of what’s interesting in Portland performance – mainly via the blog. It does not attempt to provide a comprehensive listing of what’s on in town. See this full list of all Portland theatre companies. Marvel at a selective list of stuff coming up you don’t want to miss. Want to know what shows I’ll be seeing in future, or what I’ve seen in the past? Here is your destination.

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10 Songs I Never Mind Hearing At Auditions — OnStage

Fri, 07/10/2015 - 11:05 -- rprice

Probably none of these are going to suit you, in particular. They’re just generically wonderful. As a Boston musical director once put it, the best auditioners “are clearly showing a natural sense of who THEY are, with a piece that fits THEM well, as opposed to someone who seems to be trying to “impress” with a song choice or who is trying to “be a character” too much. Sing something that simply shows who YOU are.”

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Mysterious THE REPUBLIC Could Change How Florida Thinks About Theatre

Wed, 03/25/2015 - 11:50 -- rprice

While Elger says that the level to which each player participates is completely up to him or her, there will be some things that are out of the players' control. Sitting in a secluded second floor office, Elger, in her role as the Dungeon Master, Zeus, will be watching everything that's happening below on monitors, and will be in constant contact with her actors, who "might" kidnap players or guide them in other physical ways.

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No Longer Wasteland, Orlando's Cultural Scene Grows Up - ABC News

Thu, 03/19/2015 - 09:37 -- rprice

Orlando always has had a strong theater scene, thanks to the many actors who work at theme parks, and also several acclaimed annual festivals, such as the Bach Festival of Winter Park and a fringe theater festival. But the construction of the Dr. Phillips Center, financed partially with taxes on tourists, gives the city a world-class venue for local performing arts groups and national touring acts.

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Impro Raises the Theatrical Bar | AMERICAN THEATRE

Mon, 11/24/2014 - 08:01 -- rprice

In the years since, I’ve been privileged to watch Impro rehearse and I’ve seen the company perform UnScripted takes on Shakespeare, Jane Austen, Stephen Sondheim and John Ford. (They also do Tennessee Williams, Charles Dickens and L.A. noir, among others.) The beloved authors and genres they enrich are both refreshed and irrevocably altered by their touch. It is the most impressive sort of homage—the kind that tells you these improvisers are essentially slumming in some literary neighborhoods (sorry, but Rod Serling never wrote anything as good as Impro’s riffs on his themes).

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