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Nathan Thomas | Scene4 | Tour Tales | Just now I have word from a student that he�s going on the road.� Instantly my envy starts to rise. But touring is a young person�s game.�| Scene4 Magazine-April 2012

Scene4 Magazine-April 2008: Commentary - Nathan Thomas | Requiescat in Pace | He directed, acted, designed, wrote plays, lit plays, and kibitzed about plays with equal facility.� He was a voracious reader of scripts.� He always wanted to read more and more plays.�

Scene4 Magazine-July 2007: Commentary - Random Thoughts by Nathan Thomas

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Nathan Thomas | Scene4 | Letter to Ashley | Dear Ashley: Your question has been on my mind often over the past few months. I have to admit that years ago I might have asked the same question.�| Scene4 Magazine-March 2012

Nathan Thomas | Scene4 - Special Issue | It's Obscene | Childhood hunger is obscene.� Childhood poverty is obscene.� Nations ravaged by disease in Africa � like AIDS and malaria � is obscene.�That, in the face of these obscenities, the U.S.A. spends more money on defense than most of the world combined�is obscene.�| Scene4 Magazine-January/February 2012

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Nathan Thomas | Scene4 | Why Don't You Speak Better? | in America, we haven�t quite found a way to embrace the various dialects of American English.� We hold out as a model a region-less, dialect-less speech.� This kind of speech is very American � �I come from nowhere and will disappear ultimately like the will o� the wisp.��We do not use the dialects of our country.� And some dialects we actively dislike.�| Scene4 Magazine-December 2011

Nathan Thomas | Scene4 | OK! I wrote them | Landmark The essence of most of the arguments against Shakespeare as a playwright boils down to snobbery.� Some people simply seem to believe an education in some formal academic setting is necessary to produce greatness.� Such an argument, though, ignores the reality of genius without the assistance of formal schooling.� In the American experience, we can point to the example of Abraham Lincoln.�| Scene4 Magazine-November 2011

Nathan Thomas | Scene4 | Great Performances | Landmark Performances that were powerful enough to change the craft of acting. Here�s my list.� Essentially five performances that I�d argue had a lasting impact on the last century of acting. Who did I leave out?� Who would you add to the list?�| Scene4 Magazine-October 2011

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