From the daily archives:

Wednesday, April 3, 2013

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Punchdrunk’s Sleep No More (photo credit: Sara Krulwich/New York Times) Twenty years ago — good god, yes, twenty years ago — I played the legendary computer game Myst for the first time. I had never experienced anything like it. Games I had played up to that point had a very clear structure: collect this triforce [...]

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Later this month, TCG will publish Pulitzer Prize finalist Sarah Ruhl’s Chekhov’s Three Sisters and Woolf’s Orlando, a pairing of adaptations: Anton Chekhov’s classic of ennui and frustration and Virginia Woolf’s gender-bending, period-hopping novel. Sarah will be at Vassar College on April 10 to read her recent work: a series of micro-essays about theatre-making, being [...]

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Digital Engagement and Civic Leadership

by TCG News April 3, 2013 Audience & Community Engagement
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(Photo by Alissa Moore. Pictured: Rich Mintz) The following video was taken at the Audience (R)Evolution Learning Convening from February 20-22 in Philadelphia. Rich Mintz Executive Vice President, Blue State Digital Rich manages major account development in BSD’s strategy practice, and provides executive sponsorship and senior program support to several of BSD’s large engagements in [...]

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