Good Grief!

March 25, 2019
Natalie Hulla
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Fall in love all over again with the Peanuts gang in the whimsical musical You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown, featuring delightful songs and a new musical arrangement.

Outfitting August Wilson's TWO TRAINS RUNNING

March 21, 2019
Natalie Hulla
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Costume Designer Kara Harmon tells us more about dressing the characters of August Wilson's masterpiece set in the 1960s.

An Outrageous Send-up of PC Behavior

March 21, 2019
Natalie Hulla
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The Thanksgiving Play Director Lisa Portes provides a behind-the-scenes perspective on directing this hilarious new comedy.

Monkey Business Ventures Off the Hill

March 21, 2019
Gigi Relic
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Join in the monkey business as the Playhouse presents its final Off the Hill touring show with Ernie Nolan’s adaptation of Eileen Chistelow’s children’s book series, Five Little Monkeys.

The Characters of August Wilson's TWO TRAINS RUNNING

March 18, 2019
Natalie Hulla
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Playhouse Artistic Associate Timothy Douglas shares insight into the characters’ journeys and how he directed the cast of this historical drama.

Playwright's Notes by Larissa FastHorse

March 18, 2019
Natalie Hulla
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In The Thanksgiving Play, a group of liberal artists attempt to devise a politically correct Thanksgiving play for elementary schools.

Dig In

March 8, 2019
Natalie Hulla
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Playwright Larissa FastHorse tells us more about crafting The Thanksgiving Play and setting the table for plenty of laughs.

Composer's Notes by Matthew M. Nielson

March 4, 2019
Natalie Hulla
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Sound Designer/Composer Matthew M. Nielson shares his notes about composing original music for the world premiere of The Last Wide Open.

Director's Notes by Timothy Douglas

March 1, 2019
Natalie Hulla
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Playhouse Associate Artist and Two Trains Running Director Timothy Douglas provides his notes on the significance of revisiting August Wilson's award-winning work.

Good Intentions Gone Bad

February 27, 2019
Natalie Hulla
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Watch as a group of liberal artists attempt to devise a politically correct Thanksgiving play in this fresh, satirical comedy.