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The place where Star Wars wins over Star Trek is that to pilot a ship in theStar Trek universe, you have to go to an academy.. | Nathan Thomas | Scene4 Magazine-February 2017
We were scheduled to produce Behan�s The Hostage in conjunction with another theatre.� Rather than my usual duties, I was asked if I would be willing to manage the songs.� I hadn�t read the play yet � that was my first mistake. | Nathan Thomas | Scene4 Magazine-January 2017
The theatre works as an art form when risk is taken.� And risk is, by definition, unsafe.� We leave ourselves open to hurt, failure, disappointment, and harm when we take a risk. | Nathan Thomas | Scene4 Magazine-December 2016
One of the things that fascinates me is that organizations � countries and arts organizations alike � basically emerge into the world as the product of an idea. | Nathan Thomas | Scene4 Magazine-November 2016
�It�s all just political theatre.� No. No, it�s not| Nathan Thomas | Scene4 Magazine-October 2016
Different theatre for each niche of the population.�Low-brow theatre.� High-brow theatre that a majority of folks find boring or off-putting.| Nathan Thomas | Scene4 Magazine- September 2016
Freedom is a slippery question.�It only means something relative to... | Nathan Thomas | Scene4 Magazine- July 2016
For more than four decades, Garrison Keillor has led a live radio show, A Prairie Home Companion | Nathan Thomas | Scene4 Magazine- July 2016
I don�t know that you�re angry.� A certain branch of media stereotypes tells me you are.�Are you? | Nathan Thomas | Scene4 Magazine- June 2016
The work is always there to be done. And what is the measure of your art? There is no yardstick for art. | Nathan Thomas | Scene4 Magazine- May 2016
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