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Wednesday, October 19, 2011

Post image for What If…Theatres Played Moneyball?

(Learn more about the What If…? Project and what comes next) “What if . . . instead of relying on gut reactions and chemistry, we figured out a way to describe, observe, and measure what we are looking for?” At my blog Love’s Labors Lost, I asked, “What if . . . Indie theatre played Moneyball?” Inspired by [...]


The 1949 Broadway production of Arthur Miller's Death of a Salesman.

Is there nothing in life more rewarding and simultaneously frustrating than your family? If you’ve ever had your mother call at inconvenient moments and when she asks, “How is everything going?” (in which you grit your teeth and cheerfully (usually falsely) reply, “Fine!”) then you know what I’m talking about. This week, I saw a [...]