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Serious Memories

There is a persistent problematization and bringing together of objects, memories, and stories in O Where Are You Going? that drives forward the plot but also involves the audience in making sense of the identities of the characters, and which makes this piece of theater so serious and so human. Continue reading

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No Tamed Performance

Political incorrectness is at the core of The Taming of the Shrew, and this production is a rather faithful interpretation of the work. Let the easily offended beware! Continue reading

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Anything But Normal

Next to Normal Book & Lyrics by Brian Yorkey Music by Tom Kitt Directed by Steven Tran February 21-23 and February 28-March 2, 8:00 PM March 2, 2:oo PM Class of 1970 Theater at Whitman College $8 for students, $10 … Continue reading

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The Death of Nihilism

The success of Theater Intime’s production of “No Exit” and “The Chairs” lies in its refutation of the idea that the existentialists and absurdists were nothing more than nihilists. Continue reading

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The Freshmen Flunk

For those who derive pleasure from the works of late twentieth-century American playwrights, Theater Intime’s Freshman One-Act Festival likely proved to be rather enjoyable. For the rest of us, the result was significantly more disappointing. Continue reading

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