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Last Call: Brent Rose’s “50 Characters in 50 Weeks” Asks for...

Some 63 sponsors are pledged to help this brilliant project, up from 50 a few days ago. Pledge $5 if you can. More if you're able.

Brent Rose’s “50 Characters in 50 Weeks” Film Project Needs Your...

50 sponsors have signed on to support this brilliant project. Give -- even just $5 -- if you can. More if you're able.

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50 sponsors have signed on to support this brilliant project. Give -- even just $5 -- if you can. More if you're able.

Serial Apologist Geoff Boyle Backs “50 Characters in 50 Weeks”; Kickstarter...

"Our bodies burn at nearly a hundred degrees, yet there is so much coldness in the heart of men," says Boyle, a serial apologist.

On the NY Theatre Workshop-Deaf Actor Controversy: Where Do You Draw...

"We simply see that this situation arose from the lack of knowledge that Rebecca Gilman, the writer, and director Doug Hughes have of our community."

5 Questions I’ve Never Been Asked: John Douglas Thompson

Expressionism "fills in the gap between theater and film," says Thompson. "It's an old idea combining text and visuals in increasingly dynamic ways."

Lon Zelig Backs “50 Characters in 50 Weeks”; Kickstart Funding Ongoing

"The dance is a ritual," he explains, "that has gone back past the beginnings of time, when there was nothing but plasma."

Coming Up Snortland: An Interview On Mothers, Theater, and Women’s Self-Defense

After her mother died, she ran across a New York Times article about undiagnosed adults with Asperger's Syndrome and everything fell into place.

Sail of the Century: Donal O’Kelly On Frederick Douglass and ‘The...

Pivoting off a famous Frederick Douglass quote, actor-writer Donal O'Kelly says, "I see how our job as artists is to help craft the demand which power must concede."

Support Brent Rose’s “50 Characters in 50 Weeks”; Kickstart Fundraising Underway

Help actor Brent Rose create 50 short films showcasing 50 completely individual characters.

5 Questions I’ve Never Been Asked: Steve Hayes

"Something a straight man might assume...might seem ridiculous to a gay man or vice versa," says Steve Hayes.

5 Questions I’ve Never Been Asked: Chance D. Muehleck

Are the ideals of the Bauhaus alive and well today? Or have they been concealed, co-opted, and Ikea-d to death?

5 Questions I’ve Never Been Asked: Catherine Wolf

There were professional performers on her mother's side, says actress Catherine Wolf. On her father's side, there were sail makers, lobsterman, boat builders and painters.

5 Questions I’ve Never Been Asked: Jaygee Macapugay

If she could pick her dream shoes, says Jaycee Macapugay, playing the title role in the musical Imelda, it would be Christian Louboutin, Gucci and Dolce & Gabbana.

5 Questions I’ve Never Been Asked: Elizabeth A. Davis

The vulnerability in Dickinson's poetry is "like watching an actor drop lines on stage and then seeing the terrifying honesty that inevitably follows."

CF Interview: Playwright Tracy Letts and the “Superior Donuts” Cast

Arthur Przybyszewski, says Michael McKean, "said goodbye to the world at a certain point until his life and circumstances brought him back to it."

5 Questions I’ve Never Been Asked: Jennifer Mudge

I'm a big believer in starting with how a character is similar to you... I do get nervous, though, when people say "transform." I mean, into what?

5 Questions I’ve Never Been Asked: Jenny Fellner

"I went back and watched the Kill Bill movies," she says, "as I believe they are a beautiful representation of horrible vengeance-related murders that somehow have you rooting for the killer."

Alan Alda, Chita Rivera ‘Remember’ Jerry and Elaine Orbach, Nov. 9

Each morning before leaving their apartment to report to the Law & Order set, Jerry Orbach wrote his wife, Elaine, a short poem to find upon waking.

New Article: The Inaugural Lunt-Fontanne Fellowship

All the actors received $2,500 "in recognition of their exceptional contributions to their home communities and to the overall quality of American theater."
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