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Explore Opener Deconstructed, Pippin and more!

Check out this link to get the inside scoop about this groundbreaking opening number! http://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2013/04/19/theater/deconstructing-pippin.html?pagewanted=all

The Audacity of Cinderella

The Audacity of Cinderella- beautiful essay about the new Cinderella film. I like the line about how every villain had passed the point where she believes that happily ever after can happen to her. Hope in the non - cynical fairytale.

London Finds the Remains of Shakespeare’s First Theatre Right Where They Left Them: Underneath London

The Curtain Theatre, located in Curtain Close, Shoreditch, England. Opened in 1577, this playhouse was the site of many of Shakespeare's most prolific works; most notably, Romeo and Juliet and Henry V. Referred to as the "Wooden O" by Shakespeare, the theatre was accidentally unearthed during the deconstruction of a local pub. Shakespeare's group moved here after a dispute with the landlord of their previous theatre, appropriately named, "The Theatre." Comes from www.gawker.com By: Adam…

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