Monthly Archives: August 2010

>The Good Fortune Artists

>The following blog was written by Martie Ogle (pictured center in the photo at right), a member of the Fortune Artists group of the 2010 Summer Shakespeare Conservatory. Six months after the devastating earthquake in Haiti, residents are still struggling … Continue reading

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>OakTechRep blogs from Scotland!

>Below is a series of blog entries sent to us by several of Jessa Berkner’s Advanced Drama Students, currently in the U.K. to perform Hamlet: Blood in the Brain at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, thanks to their winning the American … Continue reading

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>"Ask Philippa": MACKERS edition

>Philippa Kelly, Resident Dramaturg for Cal Shakes, shares her thoughts on our 2010 productions.It’s not about evil, but about what evil feels like; it’s not about a sociopath, but about a character who is appalled at the thought of himself … Continue reading

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>OakTechRep on performing on the Cal Shakes stage

>So you’ve read Cal Shakes’ thoughts on the OakTechRep performance of Hamlet: Blood in the Brain at the Bruns; now here’s a representative from the cast (Naomi Zingman-Daniels) telling their side of the story. So all along, we at OakTechRep … Continue reading

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