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    RA “Spotlight”: Lighting Design with Ken Booth

    Can you guess how many shows Ken Booth has designed for ANW? The answer is a whopping 47! Here, we ask Ken about how he first got involved in lighting and what it was like designing The Imaginary Invalid and The Maids this fall!  What made you want to originally pursue lighting design? I always…

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    A Doctor’s Note from Alan Blumenfeld

    As a Resident Artist, being a part of the A Noise Within family means the world to me. I am heartbroken to not be a part of what I sure will be a spectacular production of The Imaginary Invalid. I’ve never had to withdraw from a show before. Right now, I have to put my…

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    How I Spent My Summer by Jeremy Rabb

    ANW Resident Artist Jeremy Rabb is busy teaching Summer with Shakespeare for the third year in a row and gearing up for our inaugural reading festival, The American Dream. This month, he takes a (brief) breather to talk about his summer at the theatre.   Which aspect of your craft are you most excited to…

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    Resident Artist Apollo Dukakis shares his thoughts on The American Dream

    Long-time Resident Artist, and member of the RAF Reading Committee, Apollo Dukakis, dishes on what he has in store for audiences at our July Resident Artist Festival, and what he’s most looking forward to as an audience member! I am directing the reading of Tony Kushner’s Angels in America: Part One, Millennium Approaches. I think…

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    WORLD PREMIERE! New adaptation of Anouilh’s Antigone arrives on September 20.

    When Jean Anouilh presented his interpretation of Sophocles’ fifth-century B.C. play, shock waves rippled through the City of Light for the play’s unflinching portrayal of Nazi-occupied Paris. Today, this damning reflection of the Vichy Regime remains one of the most startling artistic reactions to man’s inhumanity to man. It is also a paean to one…

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    Shakespeare Times Two: Rob Dean Speaks On Stage and On Tape

    Robertson Dean, resident artist, plays Brutus in Julius Caesar.  By stunning coincidence, he also happens narrate the acclaimed new book, The Death of Caesar, on audio. Marketing Director, David Andrusia, talked with Rob about this happy confluence of art and life. David: I know you’ve narrated a bunch of high-profile books on tape, but the…

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