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Spotlight on Bob Fosse

By JORDAN LUSINK, Communications Coordinator The Pajama Game is touted as THE show that catapulted Bob Fosse to stardom. It was his first solo choreography credit, and he won his first Tony Award© for Best Choreography for the original production in 1954; however, his legacy as a choreographer extends before and far after his involvement

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Meet the Dreamers: Skizzo and Jade

As we gear up for Man of La Mancha to take the stage in October, we wanted to take this opportunity to introduce you to all of our amazing cast members. Over the next couple of weeks, we’ll be giving you a mini-intro to our dreamers. Skizzo Arnedillo Arteaga We are excited to welcome Skizzo Arnedillo

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Meet the Dreamers: Eric, Sarah and Wilson

Continuing our introductions of the amazing Man of La Mancha cast, here are three more of our dreamers: Eric Esteb, Sarah Rose Davis and Wilson Mendieta! Eric Esteb We are glad to have Eric back with us for this production. Most recently you may have seen him in our revisal production of Lerner & Loewe’s Paint Your

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How to Write a Satire By Being Really, Really Smart

How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying is a textbook example (if textbooks were hilariously funny) of the standard definition, and a sharp refutation of Kaufman’s gloomy prediction. But it’s understandable why Kaufman made his cynical joke. He was a writer and director, and satires usually appeal more to authors than to the public.

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