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Maureen Shea’s Past…

October 25, 2010
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Maureen Shea is directing The Actor and The Actor’s Nightmare for Emerson Stage. They go up November 4-7 in the Greene Theater. Now some of you may be thinking “oh my, two plays at once!” But then you haven’t met Maureen. Last season she oversaw Coming of Age, an evening of three plays by women…

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The Parallel Nightmare

October 18, 2010
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by Gabriel Graetz, dramaturg Nick Sulfaro, who plays George Spelvin in The Actor’s Nightmare, found this fascinating passage in the autobiographical introduction to Christopher Durang Explains It All For You. It parallels George’s story to an uncanny degree: “I was taught by nuns until seventh grade, when I switched to an all-boys Catholic prep school…

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A Noble Experiment

October 3, 2010
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by Julie Hennrikus The Emerson Stage blog has undergone a face lift. New blogging software, and a new blogging philosophy. Let’s call it “something everyday”. The goal/hope/dream is to have SOME sort of content every day during the academic year. Some call it ambitious. I call it more than possible. Friday morning, as Tyler posted…

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State of the Season – Oct 1

October 1, 2010
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State of the Season – Oct 1

By Tyler York It’s October 1st and work on the productions in our 2010-2011 Season is humming along nicely. We are three weeks away from the opening of LIGHT UP THE SKY in the Paramount Theatre (hooray!), which means we have less than three weeks to finish our work. From all accounts things are going well and there are some exciting…

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Stardate 9.28.2010

September 28, 2010
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Stardate 9.28.2010

By Richelle Devereax-Murray Welcome back.  It’s a new school year and everyone knows what that means!   You don’t?  Well let me tell you,  it means four fabulous shows.   Currently in the shop we are working on Light Up the Sky,  Actor/The Actor’s Nightmare and Bud Not Buddy.   Nine will be added into the…

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