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Don Slater, Lighting Designer, Talks About the Challenges of LETTICE AND LOVAGE

Typically, lighting is one of those aspects of theatre that most patrons cannot recall when you have done a good job of it.  Fortunately, it has been quite a while since I made it through tech week with a bad … Continue reading

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Keep Calm and Carry On – Leah Mazade on Her Role in LETTICE AND LOVAGE

Quotidian Theatre Company leans toward presenting works by playwrights whose “way with the words” is little short of brilliant. Not uncommonly, those plays give actors the chance to try on characters that speak in accents different from their own. In … Continue reading

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Dame Maggie and Me: Jane Squier Bruns Talks About Her Role in LETTICE AND LOVAGE

One of the most fun things about being an actor is the variety of people you get to become. Life is never boring as you go from character to character. Also varying with each role are the circumstances. For example, … Continue reading

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