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Benefit Auction 2015 Is Open

Incredible Prizes Available! Get bidding!
January 13, 2015

The 2015 Drama League Benefit Auction is Open for Bidd-ness! The prizes available this year are knock-your-socks-off incredible! They include:  A personalized outgoing message for y...

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CBS' "The Good Wife" is our 2015 Arts Ally

Recognized for their support of the Broadway community
January 6, 2015

At next month's annual MUSICAL CELEBRATION OF BROADWAY honoring James Earl Jones, The Drama League will proudly celebrate CBS’S “THE GOOD WIFE” a...

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Happy Thanksgiving!

Office Holiday Closures
November 26, 2014

The Drama League wishes you and your families a very happy and fulfilling Thanksgiving.  Our office will be closed Thursday and Friday.  We will re-open as normal on Monday December 1s...

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Upon The Fragile Shore

A NoPassport for Humanity Reading Scheme
October 31, 2014

The Drama League is proud to participate in the NoPassport for Human Rights Reading Scheme for 2014 with Caridad Svich's play, UPON THE FRAGILE SHORE. Directed by Drama League Executive Dire...

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Putting it Together: Costume Fittings, Scenic Designs, and Set Construction

by Lavina Jadhwani, Classical Directing Fellow
October 27, 2014

We just wrapped Week 6 of Fall Festival rehearsals at Shakespeare & Company! We’re two weeks out from tech at our respective schools – we’ll perform there the weekend of Novem...

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I have no words. My voice is in my sword

by Lavina Jadhwani, Classical Directing Fellow
October 17, 2014

On Wednesday October 8th, 200 students from the ten high schools participating in Shakespeare & Company's Fall Festival gathered at Monument Mountain Regional High School in Great Barr...

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Routine (or lack thereof) and the Freelance Directing Lifestyle

by Lavina Jadhwani, Classical Directing Fellow
October 6, 2014

Shakespeare & Company asks three questions to guide feedback after working a scene or participating in an activity: What surprised you? What delighted you? Where did you hit a little wall? Thes...

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Techno-laboration

by Michael Osinski, Fall Directing Fellow
September 30, 2014

In the midst of assisting at The Old Globe and enjoying all that sunny California has to offer, I’ve been preparing for DirectorFest.  I’m directing a puzzle of a play by Sheila Ca...

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