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Chicago Theatre Tour, Day Two

We began our first full day in Chicago with a talk from Steven Oxman. Steven is the Chicago theatre critic for Variety, and has worked and reviewed in Chicago for about the last ten years, after writing for Variety in...
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Chicago Theatre Tour, Day One

Welcome back to the Chicago Theatre Tour! Each day, we’ll be sharing some of our adventures as we see plays, explore the city, and have conversations. We’re exploring the city and its theatre scene together, and we couldn’t be more...
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Past is prologue in Katori Hall’s “The Mountaintop”

Director Colette Robert sat down with John Seven of the Berkshire Eagle. They discussed her production of The Mountaintop, and it’s powerful resonance today. You can read the full article here. “It’s a pretty dark time in America now and it’s...
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MY JANE is on the Radio. Thanks, WAMC!

Listen to an interview with actress Camila Canó-Flaviá and playwright (and Producing Artistic Director) Daniel Elihu Kramer. We had a great time visiting the WAMC Roundtable.
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Jane Eyre makes the New York Times summer reading list

In case you weren’t sure that Jane Eyre is still relevant, contemporary reading, the New York Times is here to tell you that it is. In an article entitled, “12 New Books We’re Reading This Summer (and 6 Not So...
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CTC to “My Jane” director Knud Adams: Break a leg

CTC congratulates Knud Adams—director of our season opener, the World Premiere of Daniel Elihu Kramer’s “My Jane”—is busy with another opening. His production of “Every Angel is Brutal” by Julia Jarcho kicks off the Summerworks annual festival at New York’s...
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Israeli Stage, our partner in 2016, earns rave reviews

We’re so proud to be partnering with Israeli Stage this season. Their production of Oh God will open at CTC on July 14, with Guy Ben-Aharon directing and Maureen Keiller and Will Lyman repeating their roles. http://www.bostonglobe.com/arts/theater-dance/2016/04/18/the-almighty-and-his-analyst-israeli-stage-god/g7W52nzNdtp6qQRji6SUaL/story.html
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London Tour, Acting Ensembles

What allows a group of actors to work together? To explore and trust each other, and to make space to let the audience into the experience? We found ourselves talking a great deal about acting as we discussed the Almeida...

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