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I Ain’t No Country Fan (But Man You Sure Sound Good To Me)

Being in Nashville’s historic Station Inn, made famous for its place in the bluegrass scene since 1971, a musical is far from expected. Around me, the lively audience with beers in hand waits anxiously for the arrival of Doyle and Debbie. The play, written by Ben Arntson, performed as Doyle and Jennifer Blood as Debbie,…

Posted by on May 3, 2017 in Analysis Essay, , , , , , , ,

City of Songs by Antonio Peraza

As I head into Neely Auditorium on the closing night of City of Songs, or Ciudad de los Cantos, I have one thought on my mind: I’m late. I rush in at twenty after 7, five minutes later than I should have been to usher that night. Lucky, I talk to the house manager and…

Posted by on November 28, 2015 in Blog posts, ,

Hamlet’s Technical and Thematic Successes by Onye Okeke

On Thursday, October 15, 2015, I attended a filmed showing of the National Theatre of London production of Hamlet by William Shakespeare at the Regal Green Hills Stadium. Hamlet is my favorite Shakespearean play, so I was very thrilled with the opportunity of seeing it. Benedict Cumberbatch, a well-known actor, played Hamlet, and he did…

Posted by on October 28, 2015 in News, , , ,

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