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The Art of Growing a Voiceby Jojo Ruf

The seed of an idea for a play began to germinate during a reading series playwright Jacqueline E. Lawton attended in the fall of 2010.  It was “Backstage at the Lincoln,” a joint initiative between the...

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A Feat for Big Nateby Jojo Ruf

Nate Wright isn’t your typical sixth grader. He’s a self-described genius, holds the record in his school for most detentions (22 and counting!), is an accomplished cartoonist, and just happens to be the drummer for the coolest garage...

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Dreaming a Film Forwardby Jojo Ruf

Sometimes all a playwright needs is a little inspiration from a little-known film.  For Brian Sutow, Producing Artistic Director of No Rules Theatre Co., Stanley Tucci’s 2007 movie ...

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Adding Flourishesby Deryl Davis

 "There's a saying in the world of Commedia.‘The play you’re doing tonight is not the play you did in rehearsal,’” muses Faction of Fools Theatre Company Managing Director Toby Mulford. He’s explaining...

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The Search for Duendeby Jojo Ruf

Duende [is] a mysterious force that everyone feels and no philosopher has explained.  So, then, the duende is a force not a labour, a struggle not a thought.  I heard an old maestro of the guitar say:...

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A Just and Lasting Peaceby Jojo Ruf

“Fondly do we hope, fervently do we pray, that this mighty scourge of war may speedily pass away,” declared President Abraham Lincoln from the steps of the newly finished US Capitol during his Second Inaugural Address 148 years ago...

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Don’t Worry About a Thingby Deryl Davis

A new musical built around the songs of reggae legend Bob Marley. Sounds great, doesn’t it? Wait. A children’s musical? With characters named Ziggy (as in Bob’s son and grandson) and Cedella (his daughter)? Are you kidding?

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A Tonal Poem Told in the Key of Jazzby Jojo Ruf

Charlie “Bird” Parker was one of the greatest jazz musicians of all time. His advanced technique and utterly unique sound left a lasting effect on the way...

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A Match Made in Outer Spaceby Jojo Ruf

They began with only a title — A Trip to the Moon — but within days the dynamic duo Natsu Onoda Power and Jared Mezzocchi, who first collaborated on Studio Theatre’s Astro Boy and the God of Comics last...

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The Magic Moment of Adaptationby Jenn Book Haselswerdt

Marc Acito’s How I Paid for College, adapted from the playwright’s own autobiographical novel and receiving its world premiere at The Hub Theatre, provides an evening of witty musical fun that producer/director Helen Pafumi says...

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