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Michael Bettencourt
The Nature of Human Nature
I wish my fellow playwrights would expand their thinking about what constitutes the human nature structuring both their characters and the narrative demands of the plays they are writing.

Arthur Meiselman
The Loss of Silence/Eat... and Be Happy
This, then, is the holiday season that closes the first decade of the 21st century. It is also the 100th anniversary of one of the most glorious years in Western history, 1910—a year of exciting promise, breathtaking art, panoramic smiles. 2010 is not like that.

Nathan Thomas
Growing Pains
More than 42 million tickets were sold to people to see professional theatre of some kind in the 2008-09 season. That's a few tickets.  That's more tickets than people bought to see professional basketball and football combined.

Les Marcott
The Things You Leave Behind
Your eyes are drawn to toys along the curb – most in usable condition. Clothes piled into garbage bags – most still in fashion.  Lawn chairs still in place.  Then your attention is turned toward the house and a front door that is wide open.

Claudine Jones
Fingers & Toes
It's pervasive, legendary & viral. The internet seems to be the first resource—'why don't you just google it?'—for a quick education. So naturally, when I was thinking about doing a piece on Glenn Close vs Meryl Streep, I knew I hadda make my choice: old school or IMDB


December 2010

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December 2010

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