Monthly Archives: October 2010

A Dramaturg’s words…

A few words by our wonderful dramaturg, the lovely Jess Applebaum… “Right before we began to go into the rehearsal process, before the actors and dancers would get in a room to breath life into Broken Wings, I sat down with Marine to hear from … Continue reading

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Broken Wings

After the fabulous “Dreams”, the play by my estimated colleague, the Very Important Playwright David R. Stearns, comes “Broken Wings” the second play of VIP. “Broken Wings” is a play about dancers, mainly, but it is also a play about … Continue reading

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Meet the Playwright: David Rosar Stearns

1. Hey David, so your play Dreams has this amazing soundtrack. What’s the role of music in your writing? Music plays a huge role in my writing, from the initial inspiration to keeping me focused on the story and moving … Continue reading

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Artist Notes about “Dreams”, By David Rosar Stearns: World Premiere October 15th-17th!

Here’s what the creative team has to say about Dreams: The inspiration for this play was the following lyric by my favorite song writer Stevie Nicks, “And to those that I love like a ghost through a fog, like a … Continue reading

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