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Nathan Thomas | Scene4 | Her Foot 'Was' Pretty | In that moment I entered into the special insanity of anyone who wants to write about acting. Stanislavsky always stands behind you and looks over your shoulder. | Scene4 Magazine-August 2013

Nathan Thomas | Scene4 | In the Deep Weeds | Summer has visited the Pennsylvania river valley in which I happily reside.� And, as these things happen, Summer has brought along her friends � unwanted house guests. | Scene4 Magazine-July 2013

Nathan Thomas | Scene4 | I'm Not Professional Enough for You? | I�ve never been a member of any union. To be fair, I had no reason to join the union.� I always worked outside the biggest cities. | Scene4 Magazine-June 2013

Nathan Thomas | Scene4 | What I Learned About King Lear | Having recently completed a run playing Lear, I�ve learned a few things.�I pass them on to those who�re interested.. | Scene4 Magazine-May 2013

Nathan Thomas | Scene4 | On Turning 50 | I don�t know why it�s such a big deal.� Thirty-seven was bigger than forty.� Forty-nine was nothing.� But hitting the big �five-oh� this month looms large. | Scene4 Magazine-April 2013

Nathan Thomas | Scene4 | I Like The Quiet | On a Thursday I taught three courses and then rehearsed the Storm Scene from King Lear that evening.� I could barely croak by the end.� I�ve had laryngitis before, but not like this.� It felt different. | Scene4 Magazine-March 2013

Nathan Thomas | Scene4 | Abel and Able | OK.� From the time of Abel and Cain, we�ve had murder. And from the time of Abel and Cain, we�ve had stories with violence.�So, what do we do with that? | Scene4 Magazine-February 2013

Brecht and Meyerhold | I've asked two esteemed new-thinkers to spend some time with us. In many ways their past work remains newer than tomorrow morning, possessing a freshness that even some productions done in the next year won't have.�| Scene4 Magazine-January 2013

Nathan Thomas | Scene4 | Failure | I made a huge mistake.� In the summer of 1984 I worked to build a summer theatre program in a small tourist town in the southwest.� In the summer of 1983 I�d mounted four shows with variable success.� I decided that in the summer of 1984 we needed to grow to six shows.�| Scene4 Magazine-December 2012

Nathan Thomas | Scene4 | 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-November 2012

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