by Jake Russell Thompson, Voices Found Co-Founder and R&J director
This whole album is great, but I've had "Hero Worship" stuck in my head for almost three days now.
by Andy Montano, Voices Found Co-Founder and R&J Text Coach/Assistant Director
One of the things I enjoy the most about working with Shakespeare is the examination of the text. One of the ways we found to best describe the work is through metaphor, and over the past couple of weeks we've been thinking of Romeo and Juliet as a VCR.
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Yesterday's meeting happened with all the windows and doors open to keep us from dying in the 90 degree humidity. Shanna Theiste's showed us the Capulets' accessories, Andy Montano dropped us into Coriolanus' world, and Zach Mclane taught us about Roman ruins.
Romeo & Juliet will play during the second weekend of August, 2016 at the In Tandem Theater. Buy tickets here, and subscribe to our blog to follow the production and get updates on what we’re working on!
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