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Michael Bettencourt
The Color-Line
The hero was also a black man choosing to sacrifice himself, in an act of love for his murdered wife, as a way to make justice "stick" where it needed to stick most:
in local hearts and local minds

Nathan Thomas
Directorial Power
Generally theatre folk have a notion of what a director probably ought not to do.  And we know when we're with a bad director.  But how do we go about getting a good director?

Arthur Meiselman
I'll Be Seeing You
in All the Old Familiar Places
I live in an ugly country—not the latent, panoramic beauty of America's countryside— rather it's cities and towns.

Les Marcott
The Trouble with Che
Who was the real Che Guevara?
It depends on who you ask.  Some say he was a revolutionary, a visionary, a philosopher who could more than hold his own with the likes of Jean Paul Sartre

Claudine Jones
Death Checks
It's probably a good thing to explore your boundaries, see for yourself that, if you go & go & keep going out past the familiar, you won't snap like an atrophied rubber band.

Martin Challis
Start Off the Way
You Would Like to Finish

One might ask, could this be another way of describing the mastery attained from hours and hours of work, be it writing, rehearsing or designing when less does
eventually become more?

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November 2009

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