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They meet, they flirt, they fight and break up…

March 23, 2012
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They meet, they flirt, they fight and break up…

By Sarah Weintraub As a photographer, I envy those artists who can go to cafés and sit with their tea or coffee for hours, finding key strokes or lines on paper to express the right emotion or meaning in the moment. When Magda Romanska, the dramaturg of Café Variations and my faculty advisor, asked if…

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A Comedic Journey to the Amazon Begins Tonight

March 22, 2012
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A Comedic Journey to the Amazon Begins Tonight

The long anticipated NewFest 2012 production of Rough & Tumble is opening today! The first performance of Rough & Tumble will be held tonight at 8:00 pm in the Jackie Liebergott Black Box at the Paramount Center, where the audience will be transported into the Amazon Rainforest to follow the adventures of the crew of…

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A Pretty Crazy Ride

March 21, 2012
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Patrick McDonald talks with us about the “pretty crazy ride” of writing and rehearsing his new play, Rough & Tumble, our 2012 NewFest production:

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SHINSAI in the Making

March 19, 2012
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by Katherine Charleton I graduated from Emerson last May with a degree in Arts Management, and moved to New York for a temporary gig as Press Coordinator at Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts. It was during my senior year at Emerson that I realized that I wanted to work in marketing, specifically audience development.…

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A Stroll Down Memory Lane

March 16, 2012
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Late last month we presented Twilight: Los Angeles, 1992, a powerful chronicle of the LA Riots that rattled the nation twenty years ago. Just last weekend we presented SHINSAI: Theaters for Japan, a benefit event for the Japanese theater community that was ravaged by the earthquake and tsunami of a year ago. See photos of…

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The Making of an Antelope

March 15, 2012
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The Making of an Antelope

Rough & Tumble, the play, follows the crew of Rough & Tumble, a survival television show on location in the Amazon, where you would expect to see and hear any number of animals. In fact, twenty to forty million species of animals are estimated to live in this dense South American rainforest. Despite the vast number of…

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