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Articles from American Theatre (October 1, 2015)

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15 after 20: Part 2: time, creativity, persistence, regret, love: How have these forces shaped the lives of a 15-member cadre of dedicated actors over 20 years? London, Todd Discussion 9285
20 questions. Interview 864
Awards & prizes. Brief article 252
Dramaturgs of the world, unite--and parse this text: a collection of 85 essays offers a definitive sampler of views, analyses, and advice about this new, still occasionally mistrusted craft. Kelly, Philippa Book review 1026
Editor's note. Weinert-Kendt, Rob Editorial 789
Endlessly emerging: at nearly 85, playwright A.R. Gurney continues to discover. Sherman, Howard Interview 2458
Entrance & exits. 298
In the realm of the senses: the epic, engaging, environmental aesthetic of director/creator Rachel Chavkin has given her career a comet-like trajectory. Tran, Diep Interview 2300
Mind the gap. Weinert-Kendt, Rob 1017
Money talks, but are we listening? In the struggle to make work on tiny budgets, small theatres in New York, Chicago, and Los Angeles may have more in common than not. Holtham, J. Essay 3686
No appointment necessary: how the Dramaturgy Open Office Hour Project demystifies the profession by providing more direct access to it. Bent, Eliza 1302
Not alone: Both Bryan Doerries and KJ Sanchez use theatre to confront the toughest human challenges, from battlefield trauma to prison. Weinert-Kendt, Rob 3227
Not throwing away their shots; equal parts interpretive artists and athletes, theatre production photographers learn to live in the moments they're capturing. Blankenship, Mark 1832
October: Almanac. Brockett, Oscar G. Brief article 276
Oregon's "and" man: Bill Rauch isn't resting on the laurels of the nation's largest Shakespeare company--he's pushing it to do more, and be more, all the time. Weinert-Kendt, Rob 3450
Peter Culman: 1938-2015. Nolan, Victoria Obituary 1026
Role call. 5022
Season preview 2015-16: production schedules for the coming season at TCG theatres coast-to-coast. Calendar 31601
The gender breakdown. Tran, Diep 595
The gender-parity advantage. Eyring, Teresa 933
The other canon: obviously, theatre's gender gap has a long history. less obvious: So do plays by women. Jonas, Susan 1603
Things we've noticed this year. Brief article 171
This season in names (and gender). Tran, Diep 476
To Armenia with love and loss: writing a play about ancestors consumed by an atrocity became an unexpected passport to a homecoming. Nichols, Adriana Sevahn Personal account 2048
Two trains running: Goodman theatre. Theater review 769
What lies beneath the surface: how our unconscious biases influence how we see the world--and what we can do to change them. Meads, Joy 2248
Women's work: theatres that continue to program male-dominated seasons deserve scrutiny. But what about the many companies that are trying to get the balance right? Evans, Suzy 4776
Women-powered plays. 3439

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