The Problem of Theatre in America, Pt 1

There’s so many problems with Theatre in America that I feel it will become a multi-part series. Here’s the first installment! I had a disturbing experience a few weeks ago while hanging out with some friends. One of the guys there complained that, while he enjoys theatre, the tickets were just too expensive. This kid […]

Shakespeare: Not a God, Still Worthwhile

I couldn’t think of a better title for this post yet. A recent theatre grad friend of mine — we’ll call him AS for the sake of internet anonymity — has a blog in which he also discusses theatrical theory, particularly with regard to small theatres. He argues taht we need to tear Shakespeare off […]

First entry

Gotta break it in somehow. Hi, my name is Nicol. I currently live in Seattle, WA, and have for the past 3 1/2 years. I’m looking at graduate schools that offer an MFA in Directing (stage) — CalArts (Valencia, CA) and Birkbeck (London, UK) being my top two, and so far the only two I […]