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Forgetting the Fear

I used to isolate myself backstage and cry after we performed for our first audiences. The energy they brought into the room utterly rocked me.

By Kristen Thomson / Nov 30, 2018
iPhoto caption: Adolph Menzel, "Théâtre du Gymnase in Paris"

Why Watch? Notes from a Theatre Critic

The idea that being an audience member is fundamentally inferior to being a playwright, or an actor, is something I very much disagree with.

By Carly Maga / Mar 16, 2017

Healthy Nappoholism, Watching Theatre, and Keeping Receipts

I don’t talk about this often enough, but the key to being a healthy Nappoholic is self-awareness.

By Tony Nappo / Feb 7, 2017

Off with Kid Gloves, On with Kid Love

Every director no matter how esteemed should—at least once every other year—work with kids.

By Tanisha Taitt / Sep 12, 2016