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The Miniaturist, Tulip Fever and Black Poppy Delight.

You may recall that the proceeds of a random act of kindness (more about that here) went towards the purchase of Us by David Nicholls (thoughts on Us, … 381 more words

Garden

Adaptation: Rosencrantz, Guildenstern, Gabriel, Wolf Hall

My most recent directing project was an adaptation of a novel, so adaptation has been on my mind lately, but in a way it’s always on my mind. 1,097 more words

Extravagant Theatergoing

Chaos is timeless

By Ande Jacobson

Arcadia, by Tom Stoppard, is Pear Avenue Theatre’s final production in its Pear Avenue performance space, and this is one not to be missed. 1,152 more words

Review

Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead -- Wilma Theater

Squirming, gyrating, turning slowly at odd angles, and other unnecessary, unenhancing, unedifying bursts of the-uh-tuh aside, Blanka Zizka gets to the witty core of the play that thrust Tom Stoppard to the theatrical limelight in 1966, “Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead.” 3,231 more words

Theater Reviews

Et in Arcadia Ego: Haiku Installation #3

Last year I was in the show “Arcadia” an amazing piece of theatre written by Tom Stoppard, directed by the brilliant Leah Cooper.  It was a delight.   247 more words

Dramaturg's Notes: Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead

Michele Osherow is the Folger Theatre’s Resident Dramaturg and has worked on over twenty productions here. She is an Associate Professor of English at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County. 886 more words

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Folger Theatre: Rosencrantz and Guildernstern are Dead & Wolf Trap Opera: Il Nozze di Figaro

This weekend was a theater-going weekend for mom & me; yesterday we went to the Folger to see Rosencrantz & Guildernstern are Dead and today we went to the Wolftrap Barns to see  421 more words

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