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Spiking Your Own Drink: St. Ambrose University's Corinne Johnson PDF Print E-mail
Theatre - Feature Stories
Written by Mike Schulz   
Tuesday, 18 April 2006 18:00
“There’s something about being in a live theatre,” says St. Ambrose University Professor of Theatre Corinne Johnson, “and experiencing that moment with the actors and, maybe more importantly, with the audience.

 
Many Ways to Skin a "Cats": Dennis Hitchcock Discusses Circa '21's Latest Musical PDF Print E-mail
Theatre - Feature Stories
Written by Mike Schulz   
Tuesday, 28 March 2006 18:00
Author’s note: Prior to my full-time tenure at the Reader, I worked at the Circa ’21 Dinner Playhouse, and for Dennis Hitchcock, for 11 years. This was one of those rare interviews that didn’t start with a handshake, but rather a hug.

 
The Not-So-Final Curtain: Iowa City's Dreamwell Theatre PDF Print E-mail
Theatre - Feature Stories
Written by Audra Beals   
Tuesday, 21 March 2006 18:00

After the most successful nine-month run that Iowa City’s Dreamwell Theatre has ever seen, this sm

all company – which has long performed on borrowed stages and only recently secured a space of its own – is homeless once more.

 
You’re Not Just for Kids, "Charlie Brown": Music Guild Takes On Charles M. Schulz PDF Print E-mail
Theatre - Feature Stories
Written by Mike Schulz   
Tuesday, 21 March 2006 18:00
The comic-strip world of Charles M. Schulz’s “Peanuts” characters has long delighted children, and the original, 1967 production of the musical You’re A Good Man, Charlie Brown – with its cheerful tunes and hummable score – has long been a staple for young performers, having been consistently produced in high schools, middle schools, and even elementary schools across the country.

 
The Power of the Witness PDF Print E-mail
Theatre - Feature Stories
Written by Mike Schulz   
Tuesday, 28 February 2006 18:00
The idea started with a traffic jam. “This was two years ago,” says local poet and storyteller Shellie Moore Guy, regarding the origin of her domestic-abuse performance piece Healing Waters: I Will Carry My Sister’s Pain.

 
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