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Scene4 Magazine-June 2008: Commentary - Nathan Thomas | Music for William Saroyan�s
Scene4 Magazine-December 2008: Commentary - Nathan Thomas | An Idea | I helped found a theatre in the world of academia in 2003.� I had no real concept of who would show up or what we would do if people showed up I did have an idea, though.
Scene4 Magazine-January 2009: Special Issue - 'The One': Nikolai Okhlopkov's
Scene4 Magazine-February/March 2009: Commentary - Nathan Thomas | What's New?! | On Reading about the 50th Anniversary production of
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.
Scene4 Magazine-October 2008: Commentary - Nathan Thomas | My Time With the Russians | Where does the culture begin and where does the artist end?� Or, where does the artist begin absent any input from the culture in which the artist lives?
Scene4 Magazine-July 2008: Commentary - Nathan Thomas | Power | What does a director in the theatre do?� I�ve taken courses in directing from teachers I think are good teachers.� I�ve taught directing.� But what did I learn?� What do I teach?
Scene4 Magazine-August 2008: Commentary - Nathan Thomas | 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.
Scene4 Magazine-September 2008: Commentary - Nathan Thomas | Where Your Treasure Is... There Your Heart Will Also Be | Sometimes a theatre doesn�t need to become an industrial showplace.�Sometimes a company can look toward creating relationships with its members and its audience.� Sometimes it doesn�t have to be about money first.
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