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Scene4 Magazine | Lessons Learned with Nathan Thomas | March 2006
International Magazine of Theatre, Film and Media
Observations Of A Large Bald Man Buying Women's Clothing. Nathan Thomas Scene4 Magazine-April 2014
September 2013 Any prophet of doom knows precisely what to say in such times. Egypt and Syria combine to make chaos in a troubled region more likely than less likely. Detroit, the great engine of America's car culture, has seen the summer dwindle into bankruptcy. Congress continuously poised to destroy any sane proposal that might be made (not unlike the warring factions that get caught up in a fistfight trying to kidnap Pilate's wife in Monty Python's Life of Brian). And we have the on-goin...
Recently, I�ve been enjoying comic books less and less.� And I�ve wondered why. �It took some time, but I figured it out. Nathan Thomas Scene4 Magazine-October 2013
The trouble with a zombie director is that he chases after you. And then he tries to eat your brains. Nathan Thomas Scene4 Magazine-November 2013
there�s no internal monitor to tell you that too much processed entertainment is too much. Nathan Thomas Scene4 Magazine-December 2013
Politics. It's all politics. Power seeks control.�The arts provoke questioning.� An eternal tension. Nathan Thomas Scene4 Magazine-January 0114
Hamlet would be a shorter play if Hamlet were an atheist.. Nathan Thomas Scene4 Magazine-February 0114
Academic Welcome March 2014 "Well, it's academic theatre. . ." We've heard it before. In fact we might have been the one saying it. It's usually said with a sigh. Or, possibly said with that slight edge of superiority that suppresses disagreement simply through tone – a person would be foolish to disagree with this clear-minded assessment of reality. Often it seems that academic theatre lives to dismay some folks. This month I reply to three men who I count as friends with whom I've had diff...
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