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Archive | July, 2012

Climbing Arthur’s Seat: How to survive the Fringe

Posted on 31 July 2012 by Rush Theatre

The Fringe has arrived! Let the mayhem, sleepless nights, drunken dawns, flyering spiels, too much pie and far too much face paint commence! If you’re popping your EdFringe cherry this year, arriving in the Scottish capital can often be somewhat disorientating. With so much to do and see, it’s hard not to spontaneously combust in […]

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The Economist: An interview with Van Badham

Posted on 31 July 2012 by Sarah Sharp

Sarah Sharp interviews the director of the first play written in response to the massacre on Utøya Island by Anders Breivik.

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AYT USA: Is there a standing ovation epidemic?

Posted on 31 July 2012 by Sophie Schulman

Shuttling 16 high school students around New York City for the summer may not seem like fun, but I have to say it’s a blast. I’m currently working as a teaching assistant and resident advisor at a musical theatre program for teens, and it’s been a rewarding and eye opening experience. Over each three-week session, […]

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“Raw and honest”: an interview with actor Frank C. Keogh

Posted on 30 July 2012 by Veronica Aloess

Keogh explores the highs and lows of the industry in the wake of his performance in Ridley’s Mercury Fur at the Trafalgar Studios.

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