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Nathan Thomas | Scene4 | Theatre | Years and years ago I figured there was a secret to theatre.� If I hung on just long enough, I�d learn that secret.� If I took enough classes and worked on enough shows with enough different directors, the secret would be laid bare.�| Scene4 Magazine-December 2009

Nathan Thomas | Scene4 | 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?�| Scene4 Magazine-November 2009

Nathan Thomas | Scene4 | Two Men.� Two Careers.�One Country.� God Save Us All. | The African-American experience shows the essence of the strangeness that makes up the whole of the American experience.�| Scene4 Magazine-October 2009

Scene4 Magazine-November 2008: Commentary - Nathan Thomas | Endings | To be an American as I write feels like being at the end of a long marathon.�At the end one man left standing, our election season lurches to a close.

Nathan Thomas | Scene4 | Teaching and Learning - Learning and Teaching | The challenge for the actor and the teacher isn�t the mismatch between exercise and learning.� That will happen.� The challenge is continuing on in the face of possible failure. | Scene4 Magazine-September 2009

Scene4 Magazine-August 2009: Commentary - Nathan Thomas | Playing with Plays | The purpose of a play is to be worked on by a group of folks.� Each person, we find with little surprise, engages the play from a distinct perspective.�

Scene4 Magazine-July 2009: Commentary - Nathan Thomas | What's Up With That? | It is a mark of how the world has changed that the only genuine sweetness I�ve experienced in the movies recently was in the movie Up.

Scene4 Magazine-March 2008: Commentary - Nathan Thomas | Kostya's Diaries | What makes Stanislavsky different was not that he acted, but that he thought about what an actor actually does

Scene4 Magazine-June 2009: Commentary - Nathan Thomas | What I'm Going To Do This Summer | In a nation in which there are claims of Judeo-Christian influence, one fails to see an application of Christian belief in the justice system.

Scene4 Magazine-May 2009: Commentary - Nathan Thomas | Teacher, Teacher | A century ago Stanislavsky did the unthinkable He started to look at what he did and what great actors did, and he began to distill a practical working theory of what actors actually do.

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