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Tackling a Historical Play: Writing 'The Book Women'

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Playwright Rachel Bublitz shares how she approached writing a new play about a real-life group of librarians known as the ‘book women’ who delivered books on horseback to rural communities in Eastern Kentucky during the Great Depression.

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Designer's Desk: Projection Design for A Wrinkle in Time from Theatre Ave!

Posted by Maria McConville on

Creating fantastic theatre moments on stage is always an exciting challenge for theatre teachers and directors. Stage Partners got to speak with Theatre Ave Founding Creative Director, Mitch Stark, about what drew him and his team to design projections for the play A Wrinkle in Time.

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Haunting Plays for the Fall Season

Posted by Maria McConville on

We can officially say it is Fall and this magical season puts us in the mood for haunting tales and spooky mysteries! Whether you are searching for an eerie one-act play or a frightening full-length, this list of new plays might be just perfect for your cast of Middle School actors or advanced High School performers.

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It's Her Say: Meet the Playwrights

Posted by Maria McConville on

Get to know the playwrights of IT’S HER SAY, the collection of short plays where females take the lead! Stage Partners was able to get some time to talk with a few of these busy teachers. Find out what inspires these teachers/playwrights, learn a bit more about the scripts, and what these writers hope young performers will take away from working on these short plays.

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My Brother's Gift: An Interview with Claudia Haas and Eva Schloss

Posted by Maria McConville on

Watch this in-depth discussion about the new play, My Brother’s Gift, with playwright Claudia Haas, collaborator Eva Schloss, and Stage Partners Education Director, Maria McConville.

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