Inside This Issue:
- Introducing the Summer and Fall Seasons and the Almost Blasphemy Tour.
- Nick Hutchison, director of our 2004 The Importance of Being Earnest, discusses the challenges and opportunities presented by producing an 1895 play on an early modern stage.
- Ralph Alan Cohen, the ASC's Director of Mission and director of this season's Henry V, shares his thoughts about the play as Shakespeare's essay on the theatre and imagination.
- Touring actors Denice Burbach and Rick Blunt talk about the unique life they live on the road with the ASC on Tour.
- Christina Sayer Grey examines the storytelling structure of Shakespeare's romances, specifically the devices at work in The Tempest and The Winter's Tale.
- Eminent Marlovian scholar Roslyn Knutson discusses why Tamburlaine is her personal hero.
- Teachers Kerry Kisa and Linda Nicholson share tales of what makes trips to the Blackfriars Playhouse such a transformative experience for their students.