Monthly Archives: December 2007

>Rocket Fuel for the Office Set

>Today is the last full day of business here at Cal Shakes. And in case you fear we may be getting detrimentally holidazed too early, rest easy–there’s enough sugar in the Bullpen to propel my 1983 Volvo sedan straight to … Continue reading

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>Q: Do you know what the worst thing about going on vacation is?

>A: The two weeks leading up to the vacation. SIGH. We have been busier than a one-armed paperhanger with a case of the hives around here … we sent the winter/spring classes brochure off to the printer, changed the name … Continue reading

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>Cal Shakes’ Favorite Sweet Young Things

> Oh, how we love our interns around here. They dress up like zombies and space cowboys for our silly Shindigs, answer the audition hotline, teach us old folks about the Awkward Turtle and T.M.I. Turkey, and generally are the … Continue reading

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>Classes and Cuddly Things

>So, the winter/spring classes page is live–we’ve got new pictures and new classes for grown-ups and kiddies alike. There’s a teen class wherein they do selected scenes from Romeo and Juliet, but with some serious fight choreography. There’s the adult … Continue reading

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>The Unbearable Lightness of Coordination

>I’m anxiously waiting final edits on our winter/spring classes web page and brochure. This is one of the things with which almost anyone who has “coordinator” in their title can sympathize; oftentimes the word “coordinate” is just a tender, palliative … Continue reading

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>Picture Perfect Friday

>So we’re busy. Really busy. But here’s some pictures of a few moments when we weren’t. This is graphic designer Ilsa, managing director Debbie (with Anette Bening growing out of her head in glorious black-and-white), and artistic learning programs and … Continue reading

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