Monthly Archives: December 2008

>Hello, fellow travelers.

>Hello fellow travelers: Latest from the Pastures of Heaven.dot dot dash dash. incoming message… The artistic members of the latest P of H workshop met for a work week just before Christmas, and, as previously reported, we could not have … Continue reading

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>Two Best Ofs, two Honorable Mentions.

>Cal Shakes productions got the nod from area theater wags this week–Chad Jones named Pericles his number 2 production of 2008 at Theater Dogs, Sam Hurwitt lauded Uncle Vanya as his number 4 in the East Bay Express, and both … Continue reading

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>Original corridos, photos from Steinbeck Project road trips and workshop, and much more to come…

>The Steinbeck Project is all kinds of active again. Last week, Cal Shakes Artistic Director Jonathan Moscone, Word for Word Co-Artistic Directors Susan Harloe and JoAnne Winter, Cal Shakes Associate Artistic Director (and New Works/New Communities honcho), and myself drove … Continue reading

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>Shall I Compare Thee to a Saxophone?

>An abbreviated version of this article appears in the December issue of the Cal Shakes e-newsletter. Click here to subscribe to the newsletter. Back in August of this year, New Works/New Communities program director Jessica Richards sat down with Cal … Continue reading

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>2009 Season Designer Profile: Romeo and Juliet’s Andre Pleuss

>In the months leading up to our 2009 Main Stage season, we’ll be profiling the creative minds behind the season’s productions—Romeo and Juliet, Private Lives, Happy Days, and A Midsummer Night’s Dream—in our e-newsletters. For the inaugural installment, we are … Continue reading

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>Art(s and Crafts)istic Learning

>Our Artistic Learning residency programs are everywhere. Click on the arts and crafts project photo below for a good look.

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