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How Much Do You Know About Shows Titled "The Musical"?

I took this awesome quiz on playbill.com that basically tests your knowledge of musicals that have “The Musical” in the title. The quiz references shows such as Billy Elliott, Big, and The Full Monty to name a few...

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What California Community Theatre Folks Do For Their Day Jobs

I found this fabulous article on the California Community Theatre website titled "What California Community Theatre Folks Do For Day Jobs" written by Liz Lydic. This article talks about what some artistic directors and/or producers at California based community theaters do to pay the bills. While the focus was on California community theaters, I think this article could apply to artistic and professional personnel at community theaters nationwide. The ...

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Thespian Blog 4

This is a follow up to the Why The International Thespian Festival Is So Important article I posted on June 17th, 2016. In that article, I detailed my excitement about attending the festival and what the festival means to me. Well…it’s been a week since I returned from Thespians and I have to tell you, I can’t stop thinking about it. Attending the 2016 International Thespian Festival ...

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I find myself getting more and more excited as Stage Rights prepares to exhibit at the International Thespian Festival in Lincoln, Nebraska. My excitement is almost immeasurable. I had always dreamed of attending the International Thespian Festival back when I was in high school. I was very active in my high school’s Masquers Society, in which was one of the first 100 troupes to become part of Thespians (troupe ...

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Earnest

With the excitment of the attending International Thespian Festival next week in Lincoln, Nebraska, I found myself going through our titles that I thought would be a great fit for high schools. One such title which came up many times in my head was Earnest or What's In A Name?, a comic, witty "what if" musical that hypothesizes a scenario where Oscar Wilde and Arthur Sullivan (from Gilbert and ...

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