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Articles by Elizabeth Pashley

by Elizabeth Pashley Whistler in the Dark’s  production of Ted Hughes’ Tales from Ovid features several myths from Ovid’s classic Metamorphoses, as translated by Ted Hughes. It includes the tale of Pygmalion, which is about a sculptor who falls in love with his own statue. Surrounded by cruel, wicked women, Pygmalion shuns all female interactions from his life and lives instead in solitary confinement. Yet one day he dreams of the perfect woman and decides to carve her figure…

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By Elizabeth Pashley It’s been a while since I’ve been to the theatre. As an Emerson student, I immersed myself in writing and literature and developed a casual interest in film. But I usually overlooked the theatrical aspects of the school. Then I found myself working for the Office of the Arts. Now I proofread and write copy; I edit emails and playbills, and erase all those pesky typos. The content of what I’m editing,…

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