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Articles by Kevin Becerra

Thank you for attending Farber Foundry’s production of Mies Julie! Please take a moment to reflect on your experience by either sharing your thoughts or answering the questions before. What moments resonated with you after the performance? Do you see parallels between post-apartheid South Africa and your culture? Are you familiar with Strindberg’s Miss Julie? If yes, did aspects of the adaptation challenge or expand your understanding of the original? Did anything take you surprise? Thank you…

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Thank for joining us for Colla Marionette’s production of Sleeping Beauty. Please take a moment to share your thoughts with us in the comment section! What have your encounters with marionette theater been in the past? What moments stood out to you? Are there aspects of this classic story that were surprising to you? Thanks again for joining us!

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Thank your for joining us for Step Afrika! Please take a moment to share your thoughts on you experience. Were you familiar with step dancing before seeing Step Afrika!? What were stand out moments in the performance for you? What were differences in what you were expecting and what you saw? Thank you for your thoughts and presence!  

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Thank you for joining us for Waiting for Godot! Please take a moment to answer any of the following questions – we’d love to hear your thoughts.   Have you seen Waiting for Godot before? If you have, was this production different? Why do you think Godot is still being performed sixty years later? What themes in the play resonated with you?   Thank you for sharing your experience with us!

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In the sixty years since the first production of Waiting for Godot the play has firmly secured its place as a modern classic. It is read, studied, and performed by everyone from high school actors to seasoned psychologists. Here is a timeline of the highlights of Godot throughout the years. 1948-1949 – En Attendant Godot is written January 5th, 1953 – First production in a small theatre, Theatre de Babylone, in Paris. The production was directed by…

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