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« In the company of actors | Main | The De (Te) - 德 - of Acting »

July 13, 2010

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Sam,

I haven't been here in a while, so was quite surprised to see a whole new look to the blog.

I actually popped in to see if you had anything to say about Steinbrenner's passing, and instead, am now delighting in your posts on "Our Town". Wonderful to see you doing your work on the material from a Tao perspective. I bet Wilder would have delighted in this, especially considering he lived (for a time) in China as a child. I have seen some material that indicates this had a direct bearing on his staging of Our Town.

Looking forward to hearing more.

Clare,
Thanks for stopping by...and thanks for the point about Wilder in China - I hadn't known that.

FYI: Bio on Thornton Wilder:
http://www.tcnj.edu/~wilder/biography/frame.html

I read this play in college theater class. At the time, I didn't think of the play from this perspective. But I enjoyed reading it (as vs. to studying engineering material).

Thanks for reminding me of my college years, Sam.

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