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Thank you for joining us for Torrey Pines. We are thrilled to present this production as part of series of offerings that reimagine the relationship between theatre, film, and music. Read more about that here. We want to hear your thoughts in the comments! Let us know what stood out to you or moments that particularly resonated with memories of your own childhood. FYI – We’ve recently adopted a new comments policy which you can see…

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William Shakespeare’s Hamlet precedes its own reputation. It was Shakespeare’s most popular play during his lifetime and remains the most produced work of his to date. In fact, it is speculated that Hamlet is performed somewhere every minute of every single day. Most people unknowingly quote Hamlet with phrases such as “in my mind’s eye” or “what a piece of work.” The play has even been translated into Klingon and featured in an episode of…

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  One of the defining characteristics of a Bedlam Theatre Company production is they often have four actors play every single role in the play. The results are pure mayhem, hilarity, and a frenetic, new energy brought to even the most well-known plays. Artistic director Eric Tucker admits that this feature of the group originated as a way to produce theatre on the cheap (“When you’re starting a company and you don’t have a lot…

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Thanks for joining us for Sulayman Al-Bassam Theatre’s production of In the Eruptive Mode. We are thrilled to have Sulayman Al-Bassam back in Boston with this timely piece. In case you missed it, you can find thoughts from the company on the piece here. In the Eruptive Mode is the coming to us following the power and complex conversations that happened around Kiss and Gardens Speak. We look forward to hearing your thoughts in the comments.

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  Just South of Del Mar is Torrey Pines beach and state park, home to the Torrey Pine, a rare and beautiful tree that only grows on these sandy bluffs above the Pacific Ocean. The train tracks run parallel to the Pacific on nearby cliffs. As a child, I lived several blocks from Torrey Pines and often spent time there boogie boarding, throwing rocks at train cars and counting pelicans. Torrey Pines is a film…

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