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January 21, 2009
She told me how excited she was about the reading, and went on with something to the effect of: "I feel like all you creative writing majors have this separate writing world you live in sometimes. It's obviously such a huge part of your lives, and yet most of the rest of us never get to be a part of it."
November 28, 2008
The real difference between seeing the dress and the show, though, is the audience. I've been in performance audiences lovingly called the "little audience that could," the small audiences that make up for lacking size with more emotion, appreciation, and gusto than a full house.
November 15, 2008
First things first: if you're around town you should go see the opera Cendrillon when it goes up this coming week. The Opera Theatre department here is probably the best undergraduate classical...