The sporadic ramblings of Emily C. A. Snyder - devoted to God, theatre, writing, and much randominity.

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Artistic Director and Co-Founder of TURN TO FLESH PRODUCTIONS. | Author of "Nachtstürm Castle," "Niamh and the Hermit." | Playwright: "Cupid and Psyche," "Math for Actors." | Classical director and educator.

Thursday, July 27, 2006

Check this out!

We're in the Marlborough Enterprise! Buy a copy of the paper today! Post this link everywhere - in your myspaces, aims, everywhere.

Two weeks to show.

Mood: Eyebrows. Yeah.
Music: The Mellow Mix - so, currently "I'm With You"
Speaking of music: Prayers for this weekend's "Ave Maria" would be apprecated.
Hamlet Cast: Don't forget to go see State Fair this weekend. Most of you are going Friday. Be there!


Blogger DermotDawg said...

Hamlet sounds interesting.
Hopefully, you don't get too creative and take the play another way.

And, don't rush to State Fair....

yek! Arts Alliance needs help.

11:38 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thank you for writing that, State Fair was murder of the arts on stage.

1:46 AM  
Blogger DermotDawg said...

See - I told ya! - And, I am glad you agreed. Who directed? YEK!

8:34 AM  
Blogger Emily C. A. Snyder said...

Hallo - so sorry State Fair wasn't.... %| You can see the director on the Arts Alliance page. I believe it's the same director from last year's Arts Alliance Les Miserables.

Anywho, yes - DO come to Hamlet if you want great theatre. As for "too creative" - if you mean that you hope we don't do something completely non-textual (such as set it in the space age like one Romeo & Juliet I saw, or have a random guy from Rent dancing around with stag horns on his head like one As You Like It I saw, or have TWO ghosts - one male, one female - like one Hamlet I saw)...then you're in luck. We did delve into the text, and perhaps it won't be the "traditional" Hamlet we're used to - that has been, to my mind, waaaaaaaaaay too influenced by recent Freudian psychology, theories of inactivity, and general ennui - but it will bring the text to very much life.

Thanks for writing!

2:12 PM  

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