Category Archives: Theatre

  1. The Fierce Art Of Mapping

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    March 10, 2017 by T. Gregory Argall

    Starting on the east coast of North America, the international border between Canada and the United States is initially defined …
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  2. Cough-y Talk

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    January 8, 2016 by T. Gregory Argall

    A short sketch I wrote a while ago for a project that didn’t happen. MURRAY, TED and BEN are standing, …
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  3. The Audition

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    August 7, 2015 by T. Gregory Argall

    Hey, how’s it going? I’m Miranda Sorento. As you know. Hi. Yeah, I was in “Five Doors, Three Women” a …
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  4. Anatomy of a Premiere — Part Seven: Meanwhile in Australia

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    April 19, 2013 by T. Gregory Argall

    Last week, while I was raving about the incredible talent involved in the premiere of “The Accidental Hit-Man Blues” another …
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  5. Anatomy of a Premiere — Part Six & A Half: *GRIN*

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    April 13, 2013 by T. Gregory Argall

    I fully expected to be impressed, but sweet frolicking bacon bits, the Opera House Players exceeded my expectations with “The …
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  6. Anatomy of a Premiere — Part Six: Opening Night

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    April 12, 2013 by T. Gregory Argall

    “The Accidental Hit-Man Blues” opens tonight. So today’s blog is just a teaser. Tomorrow I’ll do a special Saturday TGA …
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  7. Anatomy of a Premiere — Part Five: Shout It From The Rooftops

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    March 29, 2013 by T. Gregory Argall

    There’s a passage in the song “Raino” by Chilliwack that has always held significance for me. “In vain, in vain …
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