You Taught Me the Importance of Collaboration: a conversation with Sumie Yotsukura

Sumie Yotsukura is currently pursuing her BA in Theatre at William and Mary. In 2018 she graduated from Our...

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How Necessary is the Performer in Participatory Art Performance?

To refresh your memory… In assessing the two iterations of Complimentary Currency, I wanted to focus on a few...

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Why Do We Refer to Compliments in Fiscal Terms?

Research Question My first micro project, Something to Chalk About?, explored the relationship between audience/participant and performer through invitation...

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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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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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I Begin [something happens] I End.

Last week I had the privilege of studying with Tectonic Theatre Project in New York City to begin to...

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Journey On

One week into my summer vacation and I am hitting the road to begin what promises to be one...

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YAA Lion King, Jr.

This past January I got an interesting phone call from Good Counsel alumnus, Rolando Sans.  About five years ago,...

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Directors Note: Titanic

Godspeed Titanic In every age mankind attempts to fabricate great works, at once magnificent and impossible… I’m struck by...

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I Hope I Get It: Five vital questions, one essential answer about College Auditions

So you wanna be a theatre major, eh?  As this school year winds down, you juniors (and maybe even...

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