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Theatre by the Numbers: Not-So-Random Moments from 2007 PDF Print E-mail
Theatre - Feature Stories
Written by Mike Schulz   
Wednesday, 19 December 2007 02:56

West Side StoryI love making lists. Love it. And I get an annual charge out of composing "10 best"s for the Reader based on my movie-going experiences: 10 Best Films, 10 Best Guilty Pleasures, 10 Best Action Blockbusters Based on a Pre-Existing
Toy ... .

So when I started thinking about my forthcoming Year in Theatre recap a few weeks ago, I thought it might make for a fun change of pace to compose "best" lists for area stage productions.

 
Theatre Essentials 2007: A Dozen Names to Remember PDF Print E-mail
Theatre - Feature Stories
Written by Mike Schulz   
Wednesday, 19 December 2007 02:49

You Can't Take It with You For 2006's Year in Theatre recap, I included a list of 12 talents whose gifts couldn't help but be noticed, as they had performed exemplary work on a number of theatrical offerings during the year, oftentimes at a number of area venues.

It's the list so nice I'm doin' it twice!

 
In Their Own Words: Area Talents Share Memories of the 2007 Theatre Season PDF Print E-mail
Theatre - Feature Stories
Written by Mike Schulz   
Wednesday, 19 December 2007 02:47

King o' the Moon So enough of my opinions already. The following are reflections by Derek Bertelsen, Tyson Danner, Kristofer Eitrheim, Kimberly Furness, Jennifer Kingry, Mandy Landreth, J.C. Luxton, Jackie Madunic, Angela Rathman, Jalayne Reiwerts, Susan Simosky, and Doug Tschopp - local-theatre artisans who enjoyed a memorable 2007.

 

 
Hall of Fudge: New Ground’s Chris Jansen Plans to Make Turner Hall a Home for Emerging Theatre PDF Print E-mail
Theatre - Feature Stories
Written by Mike Schulz   
Wednesday, 12 December 2007 02:28

 

New Ground's June presentation of Fudge! "Everybody's like, ‘What happened?'"

That's Chris Jansen, artistic director of New Ground Theatre, recalling a common comment received in the months after June's New Ground production of Living Here at Davenport's Nighswander Theatre.

It turns out that something rather monumental has happened with New Ground, as Jansen and her organization have rented the Village of East Davenport's Turner Hall, and are in the process of having a number of local theatrical groups join them there. But you can certainly understand the concern of Jansen's audiences, as one of New Ground's most recent pieces appeared to be almost frighteningly prophetic.

 
People-Watching: British Psychotherapist Turns Playwright with "Going Underground" PDF Print E-mail
Theatre - Feature Stories
Written by Mike Schulz   
Wednesday, 07 November 2007 10:26

Going Underground ensemble members There's an oft-repeated piece of advice given to fledgling writers: Write what you know. So, for his first original play, Christopher Morgan - a group psychotherapist living in the Ealing Broadway suburb of west London - did exactly that, fashioning the tragic-comic one-act Going Underground out of his own experiences and acquaintanceships. And it only took 6,875 hours of research to complete it.

 
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