Monthly Archives: February 2012

Don Shirley on another version of the Rachel Corrie story

http://www.lastagetimes.com/2011/09/when-the-talkback-tops-the-play-crichton-anyone/ When the Talkback Tops the Play. Crichton, Anyone? by Don Shirley  |  September 12, 2011 Samara Frame in “My Name is Rachel Corrie” Last Thursday, a post-play panel discussion and audience talkback were much more exciting than the play … Continue reading

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Israelis and Palestinians on Stage, Don Shirley for LA Stage Times

ISRAELIS AND PALESTINIANS ON STAGE: In LA, we don’t see many plays about Israel, the Palestinian Territories or their dispute. Some readers may recall my disappointment that one of the few plays we have seen recently on this subject is … Continue reading

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Marley McClean on Acting in “Sarah’s War”

It’s always exciting and incredible when I get to work on a production that I feel passionately about.  It’s a rare experience when I am handed a role that is not only a challenge, but incredibly rewarding.  That is the … Continue reading

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