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Mar 08 2014

Commonplacing The Duchess of Malfi: Sparknotes à la 1623

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Long ago and far away, in a land without Kindles, wikiquotes, or even the common paperback, Renaissance readers would keep commonplace books, blank books into which they would transcribe notes, poems, recipes, sermons, quotations, and anything else that caught their fancy for later use. Theirs was a culture that prized a prettily or wittily turned […]

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Jan 24 2014

Christopher Plummer wants YOU…

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…to help assure the survival of the appreciation of the written word… Plummer quietly concludes his show with an ardent defense of our literary heritage: “We must implore, beseech, entice, cajole, persuade, induce the children to read everything of value, of beauty while they’re young or what’s a heaven for?” He then quotes Emily Dickinson, […]

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Jan 17 2014

meet the designers: Pablo Santiago (lighting)

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I am very pleased to have Pablo Santiago designing the lights for this show. Like Eun Nym Cho, the set and costume designer for The Duchess of Malfi, Pablo is a graduate of the MFA program in design at UCLA. Pablo is the winner of the Cirque Du Soleil Scholarship Award, James Pendleton Foundation Prize, […]

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Jan 16 2014

meet the designers: Eunnym Cho (set and costumes)

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Eunnym Cho is a scenic and costume designer. She discovered her extraordinary passion for theater when she participated in a backstage workshop at the age of 16. Since then, she has been actively involved in theater as a creative and enthusiastic scenic, costume, and prop designer. Recent scenic design credits include Spring Awakening, directed by […]

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Jan 15 2014

meet the designers: Jeff Gardner, sound

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I am very pleased to be working again with Jeff Gardener, who designed the sound for our inaugural production, Conversation Storm/The House of Cards. Jeff is an “actor/sound designer”, and will be doing both in The Duchess of Malfi. He’ll be playing the role of Antonio, as well as designing the sound. Jeff is an […]

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Jan 08 2014

so who’s this John Webster guy anyway?

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We made a big announcement today. We have begun fundraising for our upcoming production of John Webster’s play The Duchess of Malfi. Uranium Madhouse Presents The Duchess of Malfi – project teaser from Andrew Utter on Vimeo. So…John Webster? Who’s John Webster? Actually, you know. If you that looks familiar, but you can’t quite place […]

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Nov 10 2012

slideshow for the A Man’s A Man donors

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Here’s a slideshow created by the great Alex Fishkin, with music he composed for Uranium Madhouse’s 2012 production of Brecht’s A Man’s A Man, with photographs by Travis Shakespeare and Jim Utter. A Man’s A Man SlideShow from Andrew Utter on Vimeo.

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Jun 18 2012

the newest Madhouse denizen

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Greetings, Sammy Fishkin, brand new son of Alex Fishkin, composer for our upcoming production of A Man’s A Man and member of the Uranium Madhouse Advisory Board. We are deeply honored to make your acquaintance!

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Jun 12 2012

a man’s a man, indeed

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Is this a pagoda I see before me? Get tickets now!

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Jun 07 2012

For Immediate Release

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6/7/2012 Brecht Comedy Finds its Men Uranium Madhouse Artistic Director, Andrew Utter, has announced the cast for the company’s upcoming production, a new translation of Bertolt Brecht’s A Man’s a Man. The play tells story of a group of soldiers whose burglary of a local pagoda goes disastrously awry, forcing them to replace one of […]

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