Ideas the Percolate: Conclusions and reflection on Something to Chalk About

Something to Chalk About? provided some initial insights into the question, “If invited, to what extent will an audience...

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Engaging an Audience through Unspoken Invitation: reflections on the performance of Something to Chalk About

The performance of Something to Chalk About? began as I set up the borders for the performance (pictured around...

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Something to Chalk About: Designing my first Performance as Research Project

Research Question: If invited, to what extent will an audience engage with a participatory art event? Through my work...

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Working on “New Works”: a discussion with Jimmy Stubbs

Jimmy Stubbs, currently an MFA candidate in Scenic Design at Yale School of Drama. In 2013 he graduated from...

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Promoting Yourself When Self-Promotion Feels “Icky”

Self-promotion may perhaps just be the thing I hate most about working in theatre.  I’ve always been more comfortable...

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Day 3: Rehearsal Notes on ‘It’s Time’

Return to beginning of this post’s series Listen to Radio Interview with Peter & Justin post-residency Wednesday was all...

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It’s Time at The Geffen MOCA

This past week I collaborated on a devised performance with The Creative Thinking Project and The Geffen Museum of...

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Day 1: Rehearsal Notes from ‘It’s Time’

Return to Introductory Post in this Series Jump to Day 2 Post Peter, Craig, Justin (our documentarian), and I...

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Day 2: Rehearsal Notes on ‘It’s Time’

Tuesday’s work was intense.  We began to see the fragility of some of the group – whether it came...

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The Producer’s at The Little Theatre of Alexandria receives RAVE reviews!

Maryland Theatre Guide The current production of “The Producers,” directed by Kristina Friedgen and choreographed by Stefan Sittig, is outstanding.  Leo Bloom was played by Ryan...

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