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Take a tour of high school's everyday horrors Hold on to your hoverboards, we're taking a trip Back to the 80s! When modern teen Mary Fitzfry gets sent back in time by an eccentric professor, she finds herself in the middle of a totally tubular cavalcade of 80s pop culture. Designed to be flexible for your trip through the fourth dimension, these plays can be performed in any combination, and you can choose to thread them together with optional interludes that form a tale of three time travelers.
Though the characters may be familiar, each of your favorite storybook fables is uproariously derailed in this adaptation of Jon Scieszka and Lane Smith's quintessential children's book of fractured fairy tales Travel around the world and explore forgotten myths and unusual legends in eight fast-paced and hilarious tales Giraffes are gentlemen, aardvarks are card sharks, and animals rule the world in this retelling of Shakespeare's Twelfth Night A century's worth of sibling squabbles is boiled down into ten vignettes in this era-hopping tribute to family Long, long ago, in a theater near you, there was a saga that thrilled generations of moviegoers - but then the dark time came, and the prequels depressed the galaxy.
Now a brave band of heroes on a quest to make new Star Stars movies When an actor, athlete, scientist, gamer, bookworm, and school newspaper reporter can't get anyone to join their own after-school clubs, they band together to form The Mystery Club. When happily ever after isn't all it's cracked up to be, what's a princess to do? Bored of their fairy-tale lives, Cindy, Snow, Beauty, Briar Rose, and Florine embark on an adventure to save the kingdom from rap-obsessed supervillain Delusia We hate Shakespeare!
At least that's what the audience thinks until they get a rip-roaring rundown of Shakespeare's classics One murder, twenty suspects. Who killed Mysterious Host? Could it be Respected General? What about Wealthy Dowager? Or maybe it was Santa Claus Based on primary records from the Children's Aid Society of New York, Orphan Trains brings this compelling story of hardships and victories to life, resonating with the authentic voices of a diverse group of children As the yellow fever epidemic ravages the streets of New Orleans, no one thinks of the orphans known as the Forgotten--except for Lizzie Landry.
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As he waits to see what will happen to him, scenes from his past, present, and future unfold around him. In today's chaotic, challenging world, we often don't know where to turn for help. Kyle Macmanus has invested millions in a high-tech work of art -- fifteen human-figure sculptures programmed to perform thousands of movements, monologues, dialogues, and more. But just when Kyle is about to sell the sculpture, it malfunctions Reeling from her sister's death, Beth suddenly finds herself journeying through a world suspiciously resembling the film The Wizard of Oz It's 4 A.
In this moving series of scenes and monologues, the monster under the bed is definitely real Fire Exit opens in the aftermath, as the community faces what appears to be a prank gone terribly wrong. One play was about a woman trying to get her dog across the Israel-West Bank border and how she dealt with the guards. It was very personal and touching but also very funny.
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That was a unique perspective for audiences. In my view, my Arab American playwriting colleagues are rich with irony in their writing. They often write metaphorically, and deal a lot with farce. She has since written two new plays, the latest on commission from MIT. There are not many playwrights who self-designate as Israeli American.
All but one of these playwrights had volunteered for service in the Israeli army. Though their members do not identify themselves as Israeli American, there are established Jewish theatres in the U. Nabil Bahgat and the Bloomsburg Theatre Ensemble collaborated with WAMDA, an Egyptian puppet theatre from Cairo , to create a bilingual show that played to over 40, people at schools and colleges on the East Coast and at two national conferences in , and the Touchstone Theatre in Bethlehem crafted Tales from the Middle Eas t from Arab and Jewish folk tales, for young audiences in Ghurba was a direct response to that war.
Then as a team we went and interviewed members of the Arab community. In the pan-Arab community there are Druze, Jews, Christians, Muslims—we were looking for their stories. For its season, Cornerstone commissioned Yussef El Guindi to write a play.
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The result, Ten Acrobats in an Amazing Leap of Faith , however, distressed conservative members of the Muslim community at its initial reading and was withdrawn. As artists explore Middle Eastern and Middle Eastern American culture in greater numbers and with greater confidence, sensibilities sometimes fray and flare. Within and without the theatre and Muslim community, there were people arguing for both sides.
Cornerstone accommodated the bruised sensibilities in and , but tackled the issue head-on in There were amazing meetings with members of the community and Cornerstones. In that case, we chose not to leave gay people out of the play. And there were repercussions. There were a lot less Muslim people in the audience. Some of them that we lost on religious grounds were part of a panel discussion that we did at the TCG Conference in Seattle that very summer.
It was unbelievably honest about the pain that was involved in the situation and yet there we all were, sitting together on the stage to tell the story.
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It was one of the proudest moments in my life. Middle Eastern American playwrights must struggle with whether and how to represent many controversial issues about the communities of their heritage. It is one thing to grapple with volatile subjects within a community; quite another to expose them to outsiders who are already saturated with negative images of Arabs and Muslims. Our humanity lives in our cracks and wounds. How can you affirm something without talking about everything?
Not as much an issue of controversy but of practicality is the challenge of casting productions with Middle Eastern characters. Big cities may have growing pools of professional MEA actors, but this is rare for the majority of U. Ultimately, and with the blessings of playwrights, however, casting can be a matter of imagination and determination.
So I absolutely have no problem with casting non-Arabs in my plays, as long as they kinda-sorta pass for Middle Easterners. From Eastern Europeans and South Asians to Latinos to African Americans and others in between, my one criteria is that they be good actors! Embodying the experience of another is a big part of why I write and produce plays about the Middle East. There is something unique about what a ME actor brings to the process that is invaluable.
Doing our homework is crucial to a meaningful Middle Eastern production, as in every production. Younger authors are following. I believe that you have inherited from your forefathers an ancient dream, a song, a prophecy, which you can proudly lay as a gift of gratitude upon the lap of America. An aside—according to Eric A.
Both organizations appear to have ceased operations. She produced classics and new plays, including Inherit the Wind , until her accidental death in I grew up going to her productions; they were the source of my love of theatre. Except as noted otherwise, all Yeghiazarian quotes are from this interview. Except as noted otherwise, information about Golden Thread Productions comes from the interview or www. But the experience inspired her one-act and full-length versions of Pistachio Stories.
Phone interview November 26, The Program Director oversees both undergraduate and graduate programs, composed of approximately undergraduates and 24 graduate students in any given year. This position is a tenure-track faculty position at the College. In addition to teaching, the Program Director will be working with both tenured and non-tenured long-term faculty members, and production and administrative staff to shape curriculum and production seasons.
In addition to working in collaboration with the Dean of the College and the Dean of Graduate and Professional Studies, the Theatre Program Director responsibilities include:. The successful candidate will be a prominent and active theatre artist with proven achievement in their field. We are particularly interested in someone with an inclusive aesthetic, as the curriculum spans a wide array of approaches as well as collaborations with other disciplines visual art, dance, science, to name a few.
Having an established teaching practice and administrative experience is highly valued. Candidates familiar with theatre within a liberal arts curriculum for both graduate and undergraduate students are also desired. Effective candidates must be able to demonstrate awareness and sensitivity towards promoting an inclusive and diverse learning environment.