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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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Theatre That'll Make You Sweat

by Michael Osinski, Fall Directing Fellow
September 22, 2014

Marco Ramirez’s The Royale takes place in 1900’s America.  Jay Jackson, the Negro Heavyweight Champion, wants to win the World Heavyweight crown from its current holder, a white gu...

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The Perils of Getting it "Right"

by Lavina Jadhwani, Classical Directing Fellow
September 16, 2014

Emma and I had our first day of training for the Fall Festival of Shakespeare today, and in many ways it felt as though our fellowship experience was only now beginning. We spent the day with ...

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Theatre Directing or Sky Diving

by Elena Heyman, Fall Directing Fellow
September 15, 2014

There’s the moment when everyone’s ready to begin. One last inhale before you take action. In your head a voice whispers, “Oh god. This seems like a bad idea. I’m not quite ...

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